A taped window of Great American Tower after bullets struck the building in January. (FOX19)
Police say the images show what appears to be two muzzle flashes coming from a white Ford Fusian as it heads east on Fort Washington Way. (CPD)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -
Cincinnati Police released surveillance images Tuesday of a vehicle suspected in connection to the shootings at Great American Tower.
Photos and video show what appears to be two muzzle flashes coming from a white Ford Fusion as it heads east on Fort Washington Way, according to Lt. Bret Isaac.
The surveillance images are from Jan. 27, the fourth instance in one month that someone shot up Downtown Cincinnati's tallest skyscraper.
"As this vehicle traveled eastbound it appeared to slow down and you saw this flash and you can see it captured again as the vehicle traveled a bit further you can see another muzzle flash," said Lt. Isaac.
Police say they responded on Jan. 27 to reports of shots fired around 1 a.m., which coincides with the time stamped surveillance images of the suspected vehicle and muzzle flashes.
The Fusion's license plate number is not visible.
The bullets struck the skyscraper after business hours, shattering windows and causing other damage totaling at least $17,000.
Officials shut down Lytle Tunnel along northbound Interstate 71 two nights in a row due to the shootings.
No one was hurt, but a woman was working inside the 665-foot-tall building when the first incident was reported Jan. 19.
Police collected shell casings, examined video surveillance footage shot in the area and have been searching for the suspect.
Officials hope released the surveillance images will assist with leads in the case. Anyone with information is asked to call Cincinnati police: 513-352-5420, or Crime Stoppers: 513-352-3040.