ANDERSON, Calif. - Two suspects are still on the loose after shooting a teenager in the head with a pellet gun on Ferry Street in Anderson Friday night.
The suspects are said to be two white males ranging from the ages of 18-20 and were wearing black hoodies.
Anderson Police said they got a 911 call on Friday from a home on Ferry Street saying a man was knocking at the door claiming to be shot in the head.
When Anderson Police arrived they found a 19-year-old man bleeding from wounds to both his head and arm, that appeared to be from a pellet gun.
According to Anderson Police, the man was shot during a robbery.
"He hasn't been extremely cooperative, [that] makes it difficult for us to do any follow up to investigate any leads. So we are pretty sure this is an isolated incident with him specifically," said Police Lt. Rocky Harpham.
The victim, who suffered minor injuries, was rushed to Mercy Medical Center for treatment.
If you have any information you are asked to contact Anderson Police at 530-378-6600 and ask for Detective Price