Police say no one hurt in Monday shooting, investigation continues

Greenwich Police are investigating a shooting Monday night in Greenwich.

According to Chief of Police James Heavey, no one was hurt during the incident but police believe that the people shot at were deliberately targeted. The incident took place involving two vehicles on Indian Field Road in the vicinity of Osceola Place on Monday night “late in the evening hours.”

“This was not a random crime,” Chief Heavey said Tuesday morning. There were no injuries but there were shots fired at a vehicle and the police said the people in the vehicle were “specifically targeted.”

No information about the reported targets has been released other than that they are not Greenwich residents.

 

The incident is being investigated by the Greenwich Police Department’s Patrol Division, Detective Division and Forensics Section. The victims were interviewed and evidence was collected at the scene. According to Chief Heavey, the  GPD is working with other Connecticut police departments “in determining a possible nexus of this crime to other area shootings.”

The investigation is ongoing and police say there might be intermittent road closures on Indian Field Road between 10 and 11 a.m. because of it.

No other details are being released right now but they will be posted to Greenwich-post.com once they become available.

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