Shots fired at car with toddler inside | Crime
SACRAMENTO, CA - An 11-month-old girl was in a car when one of the windows was shot out on Stockton Boulevard Monday afternoon.
The child wasn't shot but was hit by shattering glass, said Sgt. Jason Ramos with the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department.
Witnesses told deputies that two males, at least one of them firing shots, ran out of the Stop Smart store at 7660 Stockton Boulevard just after 3:30 p.m.
It wasn't known of the store was robbed or why shots were fired.
Descriptions of the individuals was vague. Ramos said one witness said one of the two men was Hispanic and in his 20s.
The pair got into a vehicle and drove off.
Ramos didn't have a description of the getaway car.
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