Police are looking for three men who fired shots at a day care van

Jermont Terry & Matt Montgomery

Police are looking for three men who fired shots at a day care van

By Jermont Terry & Matt Montgomery. CREATED Oct 4, 2011 - UPDATED: Oct 4, 2011

MILWAUKEE- Milwaukee Police are looking for three men who fired shots at a day care van Tuesday.

The bullets came close to hitting a baby in the van. 

The woman pulled up onto 18th Street near Keefe Avenue to drop off a 7-month old baby.

Just as she honked the horn, three gunmen in the middle of robbery started shooting right at her.

"All I could hear was the bullets hitting the van.  Ding, ding, ding," the woman told TODAY'S TMJ4's Jermont Terry.

The woman was too scared to show her face to TODAY'S TMJ4 because of what happened Monday evening around 6 p.m. in the 3500 block of North 18th.

She said she heard bullets and turned, then saw a guy with a gun pointing towards her.

TODAY'S TMJ4 reports the woman saw she was in danger, so she quickly put the car in reverse.

It wasn't until she got to 20th Street, two blocks away, before she thought about stopping the car.

Now police are asking anyone who may have witnessed or heard anything to call them. They consider this trio dangerous and even ruthless.
 
Police have few leads and a vague description of the suspects.

They list the suspects as black men, wearing all black carrying black semi-automatic guns.  If you know anything, you are urged to call the police at (414) 935-7360.