Billings police identify vehicle in shooting

2014-03-26T12:24:00Z 2014-03-27T09:12:14Z Billings police identify vehicle in shootingBy CHRIS CIOFFI The Billings Gazette

The Billings Police Department has released a picture of a vehicle they believe was involved in a drive-by shooting near Senior High on Saturday.

The vehicle could have been an Eagle Vision, a Chrysler Concorde or something similar, Billings Police Lt. Kevin Iffland said.

It was either a light-colored or white vehicle, he said. The vehicle was also missing a hubcap on the right side.

The pictures were taken from a security camera mounted on the Senior High building.

Torry Rockroads, 20, required surgery at Billings Clinic after two bones were broken in his foot when he was shot by an unidentified male.

The shooter, who was wearing a blue sweatshirt, leaned out of the car and fired several shots at Rockroads, witnesses told police.

Three other males in the car were wearing black clothing.

Rockroads told police that he was walking on the 400 block of Grand Avenue on Saturday when a white or silver car drove by, headed westbound.

Anyone with information on the shooting is asked to call the Billings Police Department at 657-8460 or anonymously through Crimestoppers at 245-6660.

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