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Missoula Police Search For Blow Dart Suspects

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Missoula Police say since Sunday, they have taken three reports of incidents involving "blow darts". One of those reports was an assault, while the other two were vandalism.

On Sunday a woman called the police department, and reported she had been riding her bike near Fifth and Walnut Streets and was shot in the leg with a blow dart. Police also responded to a report of vandalism involving car tires, damaged by blow darts.

The only description provided is that the suspect in the assault may have been in a silver SUV. Anyone with information as to who is committing these crimes, or anyone else who is the victim of such a crime is asked to contact Det. Shelagh More at (406) 552-6285. You may also call and provide information to Missoula Crime Stoppers at (406) 721-4444.

 

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