San Jose Police Ask For Help Finding Victims Of Walmart Crash Caught On Tape
SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — San Jose police investigators are asking the public to help identify bystanders seen in surveillance video from a March 31st crash caught on Walmart security cameras. The suspect, Haamid Zaid, is seen getting out of the red classic car and then appears to assault shoppers with a blunt object.
Police are hoping to interview potential victims and witnesses as they make their case. One victim suffered a serious but not life-threatening injury. Three others were treated at the scene.
Customers detained the suspect inside the store, holding him until police arrived.
Zaid faces four counts of assualt with a deadly weapon, hit and run, resisting arrest, and being under the influence of drugs.
Anyone with information about the incident or the people shown on the security camera footage may contact Officer Adam Crawley in the SJPD Assaults Unit at (408) 277-4161 or directly at (408) 537-1350.
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