Police released video of the shooting that left four people wounded in Over-the-Rhine on Wednesday.
The surveillance footage shows at least two people firing from the rear windows of a 2017 black Hyundai Sonata.
That car was located in Bond Hill, a police spokesperson said Thursday afternoon, adding it was parked and unoccupied.
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Rapid-fire gunshots can be heard and people on the sidewalk scatter. One of the shooters was firing over the top of the car while seated in the window.
Police released images of the vehicle Thursday morning. In the still images, a weapon capable of firing rifle rounds can be seen being stuck out of the window of the vehicle.
Three children ages 10, 14 and 15 along with a man in his 20s were shot near McMicken Avenue and Lang Street.
"These were children walking down the street," Chief Teresa Theetge said. "It was broad daylight."
Approximately 59 pieces of evidence were marked at the crime scene. A majority of them were shell casings, police said.
Investigators said all the victims are expected to survive. No arrests have been announced. Investigators have not revealed any details about a possible motive or target in the shooting.
"Our children and our families deserve to spend their days in our community – our pools, our recreation centers, our parks – without any fear," Mayor Aftab Pureval said in a statement. "My heart is with the families of the victims and our first responders. And our full support is behind Chief Theetge and our entire CPD team as they deliver justice.”
This article originally appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: Over-the-Rhine shooting: Police locate suspect vehicle in Bond Hill