Beloit police search for suspects in BB gun shooting

BELOIT (WKOW) — Police are looking for occupants of a vehicle who shot a BB gun at people in Beloit.

Beloit police say they got reports from people on Moore Street and in other areas on the west side of Beloit, after multiple people were driving around the city firing BB guns.

A man out mowing the lawn was hit in the 1400 block of Moore Street around 1 p.m. Thursday. Shortly after that, the vehicle was spotted on Shirland Avenue. All but one of the people inside the SUV ran away from police as they tried to stop the vehicle.

A minor has been arrested for resisting/obstructing an officer and for a felony battery charge.

Police are still looking for the other people who were in the SUV. It’s a 2002 Chevy Trailblazer with the license plate 944-SLC.

If you have a camera on your home or business, police ask you to check the video for the vehicle, especially on Moore Street.

If you spot the vehicle, you should call 911. You can submit tips about this incident through P3 tips or on the police department’s Facebook page.

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