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Sheriff Revises Shooting Numbers to 24 Cases

Alero Alero
Camry Camry

It's been more than two weeks since the first shooting on the I-96 corridor and officials plan to meet Thursday to talk over their plans for as thousands of fans head to MSU for the Nebraska game Saturday.

Investigators say they're following up on more than 2,000 tips. More than half of them came after the reward jumped from $12,000 to $102,000 earlier this week.

According to the task force set to catch the shooter, 24 vehicles have been hit across four counties. The Sheriff's Department revised their numbers from Monday from 25 to 24.

One man has been injured.


Authorities are asking to keep an eye out for a late 90s Olds Alero and a Toyota Camry or a similar vehicle.

If you have any information on this man, call police at 1-800-Speak-Up or Crime Stoppers at 517-483-Stop.

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