Home, car hit by bullets in north Columbia
Updated On: Jun 26 2014 08:32:23 AM CDT
Columbia police were searching for a white car and a handful of suspects after a shooting on Currituck Lane on Wednesday night.
Witnesses told ABC 17 News they heard six shots fired from that vehicle around 8 p.m. in the 5300 block of Currituck.
According to a news release, 3-4 black men shot out of a white sedan toward people standing in front of a house.
Investigators at the scene marked nearly one dozen shell casings. Currituck Lane is one quarter mile east of Brown School Road and Rangeline Street in north Columbia.
At least one home and one vehicle were hit by bullets. The Criminal Investigation Division and Forensic Evidence Unit were investigating the case.
Police did not have suspect descriptions or updates as of early Thursday morning.
Anyone with information in this shooting was asked to call Columbia police at 573-874-7652.
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