Police arrest 2nd victim in Indy mall shooting

Robert Kennedy (Provided Photo)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is running into roadblocks with the Washington Square Mall shooting.

In October, a gunman shot three people inside the mall. Police were only left with a vague description of two men and grainy surveillance video.

As the case started to grow cold, detectives questioned the victims for more information. It started with the arrest of one of the victims, Aaron Carr, 26. Police arrested him for carrying a gun without a license inside the mall. Officers later found out the gun had been reported stolen from Vigo County last year.

Officers then located a second victim, Robert Kennedy, hiding in a basement in a home on the east side. Police arrested him for a separate case that included a fraud investigation.

Detectives used those arrests to try to learn more about who is responsible for shooting the two at Washington Square Mall.

According to IMPD, the victims are not being cooperative in the investigation and the case has hit a snag because the victims are not releasing critical information that could put the suspects in jail.

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