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Lee’s Summit Police investigating shooting

March 19, 2014

Lee’s Summit, MO – On Tuesday, March 18th at approximately 8:35 p.m. officers were called to the area of Interstate 470 and Colbern Road to contact a victim who believed his vehicle had been shot. Investigators checked the vehicle and located a single bullet hole in the back portion of the vehicle. 

The victim had no injuries and was not struck by the bullet. 

Detectives are working with the victim to develop a suspect description. Police are asking that anyone who may have been in the area at that time and may have information to contact the LSPD.

Investigators with Lee’s Summit are also working with detectives from the Blue Springs Police Department to determine if a shooting in their jurisdiction earlier in the evening is related.



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