Pennsauken Police Seeking Shooter, Victim in May 3 Incident


The alleged shooting occurred at 5:18 a.m. at the corner of Pleasant Avenue and 49th Street. Authorities have identified neither a victim nor a shooter, but have images of a vehicle they say was used in the incident.

By Matt Skoufalos | May 6, 2019

Surveillance photo of a vehicle and suspects sought in an alleged shooting in Pennsauken. Credit: CCPO.

Pennsauken Police are looking for help identifying both the victim and perpetrator of a shooting that allegedly happened in the early morning hours of May 3 in the township.

“Officers believe that a victim was struck by gunfire,” the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office (CCPO) said in a statement.

“However, one has yet to be located or identified.”

The CCPO does have photos of a car, possibly a late-model, white Kia Optima, and some people investigators think were involved in the alleged shooting, which happened around 5:18 a.m. Friday at the corner of Pleasant Avenue and 49th Street.

The investigation is ongoing and no arrests have been made yet.

Anyone able to identify the victim, shooter, or both, or their whereabouts, or any other information on the vehicle, is asked to call CCPO Det. Mark English (609-820-6031), Pennsauken Det James Schenberger (856-488-0080, ext. 2408), or to e-mail

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