Police are asking for help from the public after multiple shots were fired early Saturday morning in a Mansfield neighborhood, damaging the inside of a home.
Mansfield Police say that around 3:12 a.m., they were called to the area of Franklin Street and Darby Drive about a possible shooting. When they got there, they looked at doorbell surveillance footage provided by a resident and saw an unknown vehicle driving south toward Route 106 and firing five gunshots.
About 10 minutes later, a second Franklin Street resident called the police to say that a bullet hole had been found in their home’s wall and that a piece of the bullet was still on the floor.
No one was hurt, as far as we know.
K9 units and more police officers were sent to search the area, but the suspect could not be found.
Residents in the area are being asked to check their home surveillance cameras to see if they caught any strange cars around the time of the shooting.
Mansfield Police said in a statement, “We are very thankful that no one was hurt during this senseless act of violence.”
The incident is still being looked into.
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