MARION COUNTY, Fla. - A bizarre piece of evidence is helping detectives in Belleview solve the city's first drive-by shooting in nearly 30 years.
WFTV's Berndt Petersen got a look at the movie-themed car that investigators believe the shooters were riding in.
"The car is absolutely
But the paint job really gives it away. On the door it reads,
And in the back seat there's a 2-foot-long Chucky doll.
Witnesses identified the car, which police said they were already familiar with.
They found it at a home in Silver Springs Shores. Holland said inside the house they found some guns.
Now detectives are running tests on the weapons and pulled fingerprints from the car.
No arrests have been made, but police said they identified some suspects.
Detectives said the car's owner is not one of them. They don't believe he was driving or riding in it when the shootings happened.
"I've been here 27 years and this is the first drive-by shooting that I've ever encountered," said Holland.