The Cherokee Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in finding out who shot at a fire station late last month.
According to sheriff’s office spokesman, Capt. Jay Baker:
On June 29, deputies responded to Cherokee County Fire Station 32 on Sugar Pike Road. The fire station had been shot at least five times with what appeared to be a pellet gun. Windows and siding of the station were damaged from the shots. Damage is estimated at $1,000. No one at the station was injured.
Investigators with the Cherokee Sheriff’s Office have few leads and are asking the public if anyone has any information related to the damage to please call 770-928-0239 or 911.