SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — The Cibolo Police Department is turning to the public for help in identifying multiple suspects in connection to gunfire and robberies.
Officers were called to the 100 block of Sunset Heights just after 1:00 am on June 26, 2023 on report of shots fired. Police say upon arrival they found one home that had damage as a result of gunfire, and they chalked that up to an isolated event.
Surveillance video later showed a gray or silver 4-door sedan pulling up before a person stepped out fired around 10 shots before driving away. Investigators say nobody was in the home at the time the shots were fired and no injuries were reported.
Just days later, Cibolo police responded to a call about a burglary in progress but then got another call about shots fired while en route to the 100 block of Spring Willow.
Police say a resident had returned home to find a suspect wearing a mask trying to break into their car. Once confronted by the resident, police say the suspect ran down the street to a waiting silver 4-door sedan and got in. As the resident chased the car, investigators say other suspects on foot in the neighborhood got in the vehicle.
CPD says the resident caught up to the car as it was picking up remaining suspects and hit the back of the car. That is when police say multiple suspects leaned out of the car and fired numerous shots.
Investigators say the resident was not hit by gunfire, but at least one home was damaged by several of the shots.
If you have any information about the suspects involved, you are urged to contact the Cibolo Police Department Criminal Investigations -Division by calling 210-659-1999.
Anonymous tips can be made to Guadalupe County Crime Stoppers at 877-403-8477 (TIPS).
Additional reporting by KTSA’s Christian Blood