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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Miami Police detectives are seeking help from the public after a black Cadillac was riddled with bullets with two adults and a child inside it.

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When CBS4’s Peter D’Oench checked the crime scene, he discovered that there were at least 14 markers on the ground and each marker indicated where shell casings were found.

It happened at around 11 a.m. on N.W. 12th Ave. between N.W. 37th and 38th streets.

Police said the driver of the Cadillac XTS Sedan was struck by a bullet and a passenger was grazed. The child was not struck by a bullet.

The victims were able to drive their Cadillac to the Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital before they were treated.

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So far police have not identified the victims. Their conditions are not known.

The Cadillac was hit by several bullets and one bullet even pierced one window.

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Witness Alex Mejia was working with a crew to restore sidewalks along N.W. 12th Ave. when he told D’Oench that he saw one suspect firing his weapon at the victims.

“I saw a red car and one guy holding his hand out the window. He took his gun out and started shooting at the other car like this. I heard a lot of shots. I heard 15, 16 maybe 20 shots,” Mejia said. “The guy had his gun out the window.”

“When I saw it I didn’t know what to think,” he said. “I ran away to the store. I was scared. I was real scared.”

One neighbor said off camera that when he heard the shots being fired, it sounded like “an explosion.”

Miami Police are trying to figure out why the Cadillac was targeted.

They say anyone with information should call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at (305) 471-TIPS(8477).

Callers will be kept anonymous and could be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.

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