Shots fired Tuesday night and Wednesday morning on Bloomington’s westside  

Police responded twice to an area near the intersection of West Gray Street and West North Street overnight for shots fired, according to Bloomington Police Department Capt. Ryan Pedigo. 

Dispatchers received the first calls around 10 p.m. after residents reported hearing gunshots being fired. A caller told a dispatcher at least 4 shots were fired. But, when police arrived, nobody was able to identify any suspects, and police didn’t locate any damage or victims. 

Police were called again around 1:04 a.m. for another complaint of multiple gunshots fired in the same area. This time a dark vehicle was reported leaving the area, and a witness said they saw several flashes of light at the time of the gunshots. It’s believed the flashes may have been from the muzzle of the gun. 

Police at the scene of the second shooting found multiple 9mm shell casings. Residents in the area told police they heard the shots but didn’t see who fired them. 

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