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Police seek additional information to shooting at Santa Barbara elementary school

Posted at 9:19 AM, Nov 26, 2018

Investigators are asking anyone with information about a shooting at Cleveland Elementary School in Santa Barbara earlier this month to come forward, even if they’ve already done so.

Santa Barbara police say officers and detectives have received a number of anonymous tips about the Nov. 8 shooting at the school on the 100 block of Alameda Padre Serra.

“Due to the limited nature of that information, investigators would like to speak further with anyone who has information about the case; including anyone who may have already provided anonymous information,” police said in a press release.

Investigators are reportedly looking for information about the vehicles involved and the possibility that someone was dropped off in the area.

Authorities previously said the shooting victim’s car had been stolen by two men, whose ages were unknown.

The car was described a dark blue 2000 Honda Accord EX with a California license plate number of 5AGL756.

Anyone with information is asked to call Sergeant Tagles at (805) 897-2347 or Detective Hunt at (805) 897-2344.

Callers can remain anonymous.

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