ROSS TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) - A driver fired off shots from a pick-up truck Tuesday night in the middle of several area neighborhoods. Now, Ross Township police are looking for that person.
Residents from Ross Township, Hanover Township and Hamilton told FOX19 NOW they heard the gunshots Tuesday. Lisa and Mario Isgrow even captured audio of the gunfire on their security system.
The couple said the gunshots woke them up around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday.
"Had the windows open cause it was so nice out, and all of a sudden we just heard boom, boom, boom," Lisa said.
Residents in neighboring communities reported hearing gunfire between 9 and 10:30 p.m. Witnesses believe the bullets came from a large, loud, black pick-up truck that was on the move.
"Scary. It makes you worry. We've got kids who sleep down here," Lisa said. "Something could have went through the window. You just don't know."
Neighbors are worried that someone could get hurt by a stray bullet. They want the person responsible caught.
"I hope they arrest him and throw him in jail. You can't do that," Mario said. "If he would have hit someone's house or that poor lady walking down the street with her kid, would've killed an innocent person."
The driver's intentions are unknown.
Authorities found several shell casings in Ross Township, but haven't received any reports of property damage.
Ross Township Police are searching for information on the stray shooter, as well as the vehicle. If you know anything, call 513-863-2337.