Three people were seen shooting up a Bexar Co. home. Authorities want your help finding them.

No one was injured in the Wednesday morning incident.

BEXAR COUNTY, Texas — Officials are asking for the community’s help in identifying and finding three suspects seen in surveillance footage shooting multiple rounds into a Bexar County home early Wednesday morning. 

In a video post shared by the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, authorities say three young male suspects walked up to a home on the 12100 block of Karnes Way, located on the far west side, around 4:13 a.m. before firing off multiple rounds. BCSO says the three suspects, still unidentified, appeared to show “absolutely no regard for human life.”

The video is punctuated by a prolonged burst of gunfire lasting about seven seconds. The trio is then seen running off camera and fleeing the area in a small SUV, which may have been either white or another light color. BCSO believes it could be a Hyundai Tucson. 

The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office needs your help identifying the shooting suspects seen in this video.

The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office needs your help identifying the shooting suspects seen in this video. On Wednesday, May 29, 2024, around 4:13 a.m. three young males walked up to a residence in the 12100 block of Karnes Way, located in far West Bexar County and began firing at a home, showing absolutely no regard for human life. As seen in the video, the suspects run out of the camera view and flee from the scene in a small SUV, possibly a white or light-colored Hyundai Tucson. Fortunately, no residents were injured as a result of this senseless shooting. Investigators are now in need of assistance with any information which may lead to the identity or whereabouts of the suspects involved in this shooting. If you have any information, contact the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office by calling 210-335-6000 or email BCSOTIPS@bexar.org, you can remain anonymous

Posted by Bexar County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday, May 30, 2024

The sheriff’s office says nobody was injured in the gunfire.

If you have any information about the incident or those involved, you’re urged to contact BCSO by calling (210) 335-6000 or emailing BCSOTIPS@bexar.org. Officials say that you can remain anonymous.

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