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Investigators at the Moreno Valley Police Department are seeking two people of interest believed to be connected to a shooting and traffic collision that occurred shortly before 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, August 11 in the area of Cactus Avenue and Redlands Boulevard in Moreno Valley, a sheriff’s official reported today.
When officers responded to the incident that day, they found a man with a bullet-wound injury and two vehicles that had apparently been involved in a collision, according to a Riverside County Sheriff’s report.
The officers arrested 26-year-old suspect, Jorge Olmedo, a short distance away from where the shooting took place, according to Sheriff’s Sgt. John Del Valle.
It was later learned that a black SUV with gold trim and a large white decal of a bird on the back window, may have been involved in the shooting, Del Valle said.
Now police are seeking two other men who they believe were involved the incident.
The first of the two subjects police would like to speak with is Sergio Fernandez Lopez, a 41-year-old Mexican citizen who was believed to be at the incident at the time. Fernandez is described as being 5 feet 4 inches tall and 160 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes in his passport photo.
Police are also looking for another man who could be the driver of the black SUV. Police investigators believe the man is depicted in surveillance photos, according to Del Valle.
Anyone on information on this incident or the suspects is encouraged contact Investigator Banko at the Moreno Valley Police Department at 951-247-8700 or 951-776-1099.