Jamestown Police Locate Car Connected To Early Wednesday Morning Drive-By Shooting

City of Jamestown Police crime cameras, image by Justin Gould / WNYNewsNow. 01/30/19.

JAMESTOWN – Jamestown Police announced Wednesday afternoon that they’ve located the vehicle that they previously said was wanted in connection with a drive-by shooting that occurred in the area of North Main and West Ninth Streets earlier in the morning.

Jamestown Police Captain Robert Samuelson told WNYNewsNow that “an observant citizen, who saw the information (on the shooting) on social media, saw it on a Jamestown street and reported it to us. We found the car parked and unattended.”








Image by Jamestown Police.

Police said additional information on this incident will be released when it becomes available. Anonymous tips can be left at 483-Tips (8477) or via the Tips 411 App. Calls can also be made directly to the Jamestown Police at 483 7537, All calls and tips are kept confidential.























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2 Comments

  1. Unless you got the plate number in which you wouldnt of been asking about car you would call DMV then no you dont know that’s THE car but just same make in the same color. I work on 3 identical cars myself lol.traffic camers not only a waite of tax dollors but just useless with not even getting a clear image let alone the plate lmao what a joke

    • I disagree, they’ve helped a lot it has to do with conditions and focus … when pointed correctly you can read the signs on the 7-11 door from the one on the pole by Family Video

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