CEDAR RAPIDS — A house and three parked cars were struck by bullets early Wednesday in northwest Cedar Rapids.
Neighbors called 911 around 12:30 a.m. reporting gunshots in the area of 11th Street and B Avenue NW. Cedar Rapids police officers found damage to a home and cars, but no one was injured.
The gunfire may have come from a vehicle, police said. Police also said the shooting is not believed to be random, and the house and cars were not the target.
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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KWWL)– Cedar Rapids Police responded to calls of shots being fired on the 500 block of 1st Street on Wednesday morning around 3:00am.
When police arrived, they spoke to witnesses. It appeared that a house and parked cars were struck with bullets. No one was injured.
Police say, this does not appear to be random and no arrest have been made. This is an ongoing investigation.
“Flooding continues and the risk of flooding continues. The need for these projects continues to exasperate every year that we put this off, the need continues to put this off,” said Finkenauer.