Resident’s Windshield Shot While Driving in Columbus

COLUMBUS – A local resident’s windshield was shot while they were driving in Columbus.

Columbus Police Captain Todd Thalken says a resident called police at roughly 6:50 p.m. after their windshield had been shot, with what is believed to be a BB gun, while they were driving.

The damage was estimated at $250, and police are asking residents to keep an eye out for any suspicious activity where someone might be attempting to damage or vandalize vehicles. A string of windows being shot out has been reported to police, with a large majority of the incidents taking place over the past month.

CPD ask residents to report suspicious activity to 402-564-3201.