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Police are asking public for information about shooting near Martin Road Park

Police are asking public for information about shooting near Martin Road Park


Amarillo, TX - Police are asking anyone with information about a shooting Thursday night near Martin Road Park in Amarillo.

Around 8:00 Thursday night several vehicles were believed to be hit by bullets near 15th and Mirror in northeast Amarillo.
   
Authorities immediately shutdown traffic around the intersection and began looking for a white SUV.
   
Although many shots were fired, no one was believed to be injured in the incident.
 
If you have any information, call Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 374-4400.
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