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City Police Search For Suspects In Vandalism And Gunfire Spree

City Police Search For Suspects In Vandalism And Gunfire Spree

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City Police are investigating a vandalism spree involving gunfire in the Woolen Mills neighborhood. Police Lieutenant Ronnie Roberts says at least one vehicle was struck by bullets and many shots were fired shortly after 11 p.m. Sunday in the 1700-block of Chesapeake Street. Roberts says the people who are responsible for the vandalism and gunfire had fled the scene before officers arrived. No one was shot, but some of the people who were involved suffered minor injuries.

 

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