CARLSBAD (CNS) - Carlsbad police Friday investigated an apparent gang-related shooting in which numerous bullets were fired into a house but no one inside was injured.
The shooting in the 3400 block of Jefferson Street was reported about 8:40 p.m. Thursday, according to Carlsbad police.
Witnesses reported hearing the gunfire and then seeing males running from the house, many leaving the area in vehicles, police said.
"Gunshots penetrated the outer wall of the house and entered the living area," Sgt. Richard Beronda said. "Though people were seated in the living area at the time, no one was injured."
It is likely the incident was gang related, according to a police statement.
Anyone with information was urged to call Carlsbad police Det. Brian Hargett at (760) 931-2110.
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