DETROIT (FOX 2) - Detroit police are investigating a shooting involving a 4-year-old they believe was struck Tuesday afternoon before it was taken to a hospital Wednesday.
Police were notified by the hospital that a child with a gunshot wound had arrived around 5 a.m. Wednesday morning.
During their investigation on the city's west side, they interviewed multiples individuals and say the child's family is not cooperating.
The family is from Taylor, a spokesperson from Detroit police confirmed.
According to preliminary information, the family may have taken the child to a location in Taylor before taking them to a place in Detroit, and then going to a hospital.
Detroit police believe the shooting happened at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Multiple officers were spotted in the area of Joy and Evergreen where they were investigating near a gas station and a local Coney Island.
Police are continuing to investigate the shooting.
A previous version of this story reported the child was injured at a bus station.