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APD investigating shots fired in south Amarillo

AMARILLO, TX - The Amarillo Police Department is investigating reports of shots being fired in south Amarillo.

Around 7:00 Wednesday morning APD officers were dispatched to the 3400 block of Meadow on a reported vandalism. Officers responding to the call were then advised that a suspect vehicle may have been shot at. 

When arriving at the scene they spoke to the complainant who said we was awaken by some noises coming form his driveway at approximately. He than stated that he grabbed his 12 gauge shotgun and went outside to check it out.

When the complainant checked on his vehicles in the driveway he noticed that someone had busted out numerous windows on one of his vehicles.

He was going back inside to call the police when he observed a vehicle driving down the street and he recognized as belonging to his girlfriends, ex-boyfriend.

The complainant says that as the vehicle got closer he heard what it appeared to be gun shots coming from the vehicle.

Thinking he was being shot at, the complainant fired one shot from his shotgun hitting the passenger side back door area, but the suspect vehicle continued to leave the area.

According to officials the suspect has not been found and the incidents remains under investigation.

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