No one was injured when shots were reportedly fired at a home on West Broad Street in Clinton on Wednesday afternoon, authorities said.
The Clinton Police Department responded to the shooting call at about 4:16 p.m. Wednesday. An anonymous 911 caller told dispatchers that a male subject, in a black or gray-colored vehicle, was shooting a rifle in the direction of a residence, the Clinton Police Department said in a press release.
When they arrived, police found three adults and two minor children in the house, the press release said. None of the residents sustained any injuries.
Detectives reported finding bullet holes in the outside wall of the home as well as in a vehicle parked nearby.
The investigation is ongoing, the CPD said.
More information will be added as it becomes available.