MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Police Department is conducting a hunt for the individual who opened fire on a school bus while students were inside.
Tuesday afternoon about 3:30, the incident occurred close to the intersection of 15th Street and Meinecke Avenue.
The police report that a youngster aged 7 years old and another boy aged 13 were on the bus when it was struck by g*nfire.
Gunfire strikes school bus with 2 children inside, Milwaukee police investigating, Milwaukee County Fire & Police News shared a tweet:
Gunfire strikes school bus with 2 children inside, Milwaukee police investigating https://t.co/sJDCeomCBY
— Milwaukee County Fire & Police News (@mke_cnty_crime) June 7, 2023
Nobody on the bus was hurt, and nobody has been taken into custody regarding this incident.
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Anyone who may have information is urged to call the Milwaukee police at the following number: 414-935-7360. Those who wish to maintain their anonymity may call Crime Stoppers at the following number: 414-224-Tips/ or use the P3 Tips app.
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