Pittsfield Police Asking To See Dashcam Videos To Help Solve Shooting
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Police are looking for any dashcam videos recorded Saturday morning.
Police are investigating a shooting incident in which a 30-year-old man was critically injured before 9 a.m. Saturday morning in the area of Spring Street and Willow Street. Police are now asking anybody driving a motor vehicle equipped with a dashcam that morning to let officer see it - regardless of where in the city it was recorded.
"The PPD is requesting that anyone operating a motor vehicle equipped with a 'Dashcam' video recording system, within the City of Pittsfield, during the morning of the 3rd between 8 AM and 10 AM, contact the Detective Bureau to make arrangements for the video to be reviewed by an investigator," Police wrote in a statement to the media on Tuesday.
"We are interested in obtaining any and all video recordings from that time period, even if the vehicle was not operating in the immediate area of the shooting."
Police are asking those with recordings to contact the department at 413-448-9705 and leave a message with contact information if an officer does not answer.
"We have made significant progress in this case already, due to the observations of witnesses and their willingness to help us seek justice for this victim. We ask that others come forward as well with this current request for assistance," Police said.
Police are also still seeking any additional information that can be provided through the same phone number, the tips hotline at 413-448-9708, by texting the message to 847411, or through private messages on Facebook.