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Police Investigate Vehicle Damaged by Gunshots

A vehicle was found damaged by gunshots in Kirwin Terrace on Friday, the Police Department reported Monday.

On Friday a woman told police she had parked her vehicle in the parking lot near her home in Kerwin Terrace about 8 p.m. the night before and the vehicle was in good condition. When she went to her car the next day about 6:30 a.m. she saw that her tire was flat. She also noticed several bullet holes in her car – on the left rear door, the left rear and front wheel well and the right rear door.

Officers collected several spent shell cases near the area. Police said no other damage was reported at that time and no one was injured. Additional evidence was collected by forensic technicians.

Anyone with information on this case can call detectives at 1-340-714-9834 or 1-340-715-5522, the 911 emergency dispatch center or the anonymous tip service, Crimes Stoppers USVI, at 1-800-222-8477.

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A vehicle was found damaged by gunshots in Kirwin Terrace on Friday, the Police Department reported Monday.

On Friday a woman told police she had parked her vehicle in the parking lot near her home in Kerwin Terrace about 8 p.m. the night before and the vehicle was in good condition. When she went to her car the next day about 6:30 a.m. she saw that her tire was flat. She also noticed several bullet holes in her car – on the left rear door, the left rear and front wheel well and the right rear door.

Officers collected several spent shell cases near the area. Police said no other damage was reported at that time and no one was injured. Additional evidence was collected by forensic technicians.

Anyone with information on this case can call detectives at 1-340-714-9834 or 1-340-715-5522, the 911 emergency dispatch center or the anonymous tip service, Crimes Stoppers USVI, at 1-800-222-8477.