De Pere Police ask for surveillance video in shooting investigation
DE PERE, Wis. (WBAY) - UPDATE 9/10:
De Pere Police are asking for neighborhood surveillance video after responding to a report of gunshots in the 1000 block of S. 7th Street.
Officers were called to the scene Wednesday at 6:15 p.m. Witnesses heard three gunshots and spotted two vehicles leave the area at high speed.
Police do not believe anyone was hurt.
“This type of call is thankfully very rare in the City of De Pere and we continue to investigate this incident, but do not believe there is any immediate ongoing danger to the public,” reads a statement from Capt. Jeremy Muraski.
Neighbors who have surveillance systems or video doorbells are asked to share any video from between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. Wednesday night.
If you have information, call 920-339-4078. To remain anonymous, call Green Bay Area CrimeStoppers at 920-432-STOP or CLICK HERE to leave an online tip.
“If you see suspicious activity or disturbances in your neighborhood, please do not hesitate to contact your De Pere Police while it is happening so we can come and check it out,” says Capt. Muraski. “Thank you for adding your eyes and ears to ours and helping us keep De Pere safe!”
De Pere Police say they don’t believe anyone was injured after they were called to a shots fired call Wednesday evening.
Video taken by Action 2 News shows officers searching the driveway and yard in front of a home off of South 7th Street near Willems Park in West De Pere.
At this time, police don’t believe the public is in any danger.
Check back for more information as more details become available.
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