Three teenagers who were with the group that opened fire on police on Saturday night have been released from custody.
St. Louis officers were shot while investigating car break-ins Saturday night.
Several officers were shot while investigating car break-ins Saturday night in City Foundry, according to police.
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St. Louis police officers were on the scene of the break-ins south of City Foundry when they heard multiple gunshots from the same lot and saw a white Honda Accord driving away. According to police, the Honda’s passenger leaned on the roof and began firing several rounds from a rifle at the officers and three juveniles at the scene.
No injuries were reported.
The Honda was last seen driving south on Vandeventer.
The three juveniles who were present at the spot tried to run but were apprehended by the authorities. A 15-year-old male and a 16-year-old male were found to be in possession of firearms. The 15-year-old had a Glock 29 with an auto sear, making the gun fully automatic, and the 16-year-old had a stolen Glock 19, police said.
He directed the authorities to approach the Juvenile Court and release the juveniles to their parents.
The incident is under investigation.