By CBSLA Staff

BUENA PARK (CBSLA) — New images of the suspects and vehicle involved in a drive-by shooting outside of Knott’s Berry Farm were released this week by Buena Park police.

(credit: Buena Park Police Department)

The shooting happened July 9 near the front entrance of Knott’s Berry Farm. Two people were shot – a teenage boy who was found with multiple gunshot wounds at the scene, and another person who police later learned was being treated at a hospital. But inside the theme park, several people were hurt as they ran for their lives.

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The shooter was identified as a Hispanic male in his late teens to early 20s, with a shaved head and a teardrop tattoo on his face. The vehicle used during the shooting was described as a black, two-door sedan, similar to a Honda Accord, with two different chrome rims.

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Buena Park police say the vehicle was also involved in another shooting just a couple of weeks prior. In that incident, the shooter fired several rounds into a home with people inside in the 7700 block of Adams Way on June 28.

Both investigations are ongoing.

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Anyone with information about either shooting contact the Buena Park Police Department at (714) 562-3847 in reference to case #21-22053 and #21-23880.