Saturday, October 24, 2020
Saturday, October 24, 2020

Shooting in Media leaves one injured Saturday night
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Media, Pa. (YC – Delaware County) – A woman was shot in her car in Media Saturday night after gunfire struck her vehicle, according to police.

Just after 8 p.m. borough officers responded to calls of gun shots being fired from a vehicle at another vehicle in front of it in the area of Sixth and Jackson Streets. Officers responded to the area and found that the two vehicles had sped from the area.

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According to Nether Providence Police Chief Splain, a vehicle involved ended up in the parking lot of Acme Super Markets on Baltimore Pike and Providence Road in Nether Providence, but the shooting did not occur there.

It was unoccupied and had a flat tire and an apparent bullet hole in the back windshield.

The unidentified victim was reportedly shot in the shoulder.

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Pennsylvania State Police searched the area with K-9 dogs with the assistance of Newtown Sq. Police, Haverford Police, Marple Police, Nether Providence Police, Upper Providence Police & Media Boro Police.

A search of the immediate area led to the discovery of three individuals who had been in the vehicle. These three individuals are not cooperating with the investigation, police said. One of the occupants did suffer a small graze wound that was treated without hospitalization.

The shooting is being investigated by Media Borough Police.

The suspect is at large.

Additional details will be available shortly.

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