San Jose Police Seek Public Assistance in Identifying Suspects Involved in Shooting

San Jose Police Seek Public Assistance in Identifying Suspects Involved in Shooting

San Jose Police Seek Public Assistance in Identifying Suspects Involved in Shooting

San Jose police are appealing to the public for help in identifying two suspects involved in a shooting incident that occurred on January 11 in the vicinity of Ann Darling Drive and McKee Road, according to a press release issued by the department on Monday. Despite an extensive investigation with minimal leads, detectives have been unable to identify the individuals responsible for the crime.

Authorities have provided a description of one of the suspects as a Hispanic male adult in his 20s, with a thin build, who was seen wearing a yellow weather jacket and blue jeans. However, no clear description of the second suspect has been released at this time.

The incident also involved the shooting of a 10-month-old homeless German Shepherd named Marley. The bullet entered her snout, causing severe damage to her jaw, which required surgery. Marley also sustained an injury to her right paw. She received treatment at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and is currently in foster care.

In an effort to bring the perpetrators to justice, the Silicon Valley Crime Stoppers program is offering a reward of $1,000 to anyone who provides information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individuals involved in Marley’s shooting. San Jose police have urged the public to contact Detective Lindenberg or Detective Martinez via email at 4673@sanjoseca.gov or 4533@sanjoseca.gov, respectively. Alternatively, tipsters can call 408-277-4161.

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