Police: Four homes damaged by bullets Tues. night
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) - Four homes on Evansville’s east side were hit by bullets Tuesday night.
Police say it happened around 6 p.m. on Corregidor Circle.
Officials say that homes on Roosevelt and Corregidor were hit.
Our crew on scene also saw officers taking a rifle from a home.
Police say there are no suspects right now.
We are told no one was hurt.
Police say witnesses saw two males running from the area when the shooting happened.
They also saw a dark-colored truck speeding away.
Investigators say they’re trying to figure out if the two were shooting at each other, if someone in the truck was firing the shots, or if the truck was even involved at all.
EPD Sgt. Anna Gray says cases like this are close calls.
”You know, scary situation that homes were hit. Vehicles were hit. People were there during the day. I mean, it’s 5:45 pm. You know people were up and outside and anyone could have easily gotten hit and we’re very blessed that no one did. So if anyone has any information on this please call us,” said Sgt. Gray.
This investigation is ongoing.
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