Bullets strike seven homes
CLAIRTON (AP) — Police say seven Western Pennsylvania homes were hit by bullets in a shooting spree.
Station KDKA reports that the shooting took place at about 3:15 a.m. Friday in Clairton. That’s about 15 miles south of Pittsburgh.
Police say a total of 40 rounds were fired, but no one was injured. One of the homes was hit by 10 rounds and had a 5-year-old inside.
Police are still investigating but believe they know who the shooter is.
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