Shots fired as security chases burglary suspect http://www.privateofficer.com
By: Brett Davis
Private Officer News Network
Lt. Scott Leven of the Springfield Police Department said that it started after a security officer observed a man breaking into cars in a near by parking lot and gave chase.
Leven said no one was hurt in the incident, which happened about 10:45 p.m. outside Club 220 — formerly the location of Traffic nightclub — in the 200 block of West Walnut Street.
After seeing a man tampering with a car at a nearby parking lot, a security officer from the club chased the suspect, who then pulled a gun and fired a round into the air according to what the security guard told police.
Police responded to the area but could not locate a suspect and the security officer could not provide a detailed description of the suspect Leven said.
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