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Plea for help: Milwaukee Co. Sheriff’s Office asks for help to identify people in photos

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MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public to take a close look at a couple of pictures that show two people suspected of leaving spent shotgun shells and broken clay pigeon targets at O’Donnell Park on Saturday, December 5th.

O'Donnell Park incident

O’Donnell Park incident

Officials believe three people placed about 20 piles of the shotgun shells and clay targets throughout the park — and then ran from the area. Several of the piles were arranged to spell “BANG.”

A witness took cell phone photos of two of the subjects. Though taken from the back, officials believe someone might be able to identify them based on their clothing.

Citizens are asked to call Milwaukee County Communications at 414-278-4788 if they have information related to this incident.

O'Donnell Park incident

O’Donnell Park incident