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Shots fired into parked cars, house in Wilmington

Wilmington police responded to Emory Street Friday evening for reports of shots fired. Wilmington police responded to Emory Street Friday evening for reports of shots fired.

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - Police responded to Emory Street Friday around 7:00 p.m. for reports of shots fired.

There were bullet holes in two parked cars, and a woman living in the 1000 block of Emory Street said she found a bullet hole in her bedroom wall.

No one was injured.

Witnesses said the shots had been fired from a moving vehicle described as a blue or purple late model Toyota.

Officers patrolled the N. 30th Street corridor throughout the evening because of the reports and a large number of people walking in the area. 

Two people were arrested for disorderly conduct.

Anyone with information about the shots fired can call the Wilmington Police Dept. at (910) 343-3600 or send an anonymous text by typing Tip708 to CRIMES (274637).

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