IMPD’s Nuisance Abatement Division appeals for public help in shooting case

Indianapolis, Indiana – Detectives from the Nuisance Abatement division of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) have issued a public plea for assistance with a case that may be linked to a recent shooting incident resulting in a 12-year-old child sustaining injuries.

The investigative team seeks help in identifying individuals who are organizing or promoting events at short-term rental properties where illegal activities might be taking place.

The plea for public assistance came after the IMPD made two arrests yesterday, detaining two adult males in connection with a party where the aforementioned 12-year-old boy was wounded en route. The circumstances of the case indicate the potential involvement of illicit activities at short-term rental venues.

Members of the public with any relevant information are encouraged to reach out to the Nuisance Abatement division at [email protected].

In line with the community policing ethos, IMPD stresses the importance of public cooperation in solving cases, particularly those involving potentially illicit activities at short-term rental properties.

Sonja Hill

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