WAREHAM — Authorities in Wareham are investigating after a train conductor was struck with a BB Monday morning.

On April 12 at around 10:24, Wareham Police say they responded, along with Wareham EMS, to the railroad tracks near the South Wareham bridge for a report of a person who had been struck with a BB.

They say officers determined it was the train conductor who was struck while the train was passing near Pierceville Road. The injury was non-life-threatening, police said.

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Wareham Police and K9 units from both the Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office and Massachusetts State Police checked the area extensively, police said. Officers also spoke with people in the area.

The investigation is ongoing, and police say they are still determining if it was an intentional shooting or if the conductor was struck accidentally.

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