AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Aurora police say they found a black Chevrolet Tahoe they believe was involved in the shootings of six teenagers at Nome Park on Nov. 15. Police say they are still looking for the second vehicle, a black Chrysler 300.
Investigators say they are following up on leads tied to the people inside the Tahoe at the time of the shootings.
UPDATE – Detectives have located the black Tahoe & are following up on leads associated w/ the occupants.
The black Chrysler 300 is still outstanding. If you have any information on the driver, owner, or suspects involved, please contact @CrimeStoppersCO. https://t.co/ncTA4bj6we pic.twitter.com/1jwyrLLfOR
— Aurora Police Dept 🦃 (@AuroraPD) November 18, 2021
The six victims are all students at Aurora Central High School. They range in age from 14-18. All are expected to be okay.
The shooting caused the school to be placed on “secure perimeter” for hours until the school conducted a controlled release of the rest of the students to their families.
A motive for the shooting has not been released. If you have more information related to this crime, you’re asked to call Metro Denver Crimestoppers at 720-913-STOP. A $7,000 reward is being offered.