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Stamford Police Investigate Noontime Shooting; No Injuries Reported

Stamford Police are investigating a noontime shooting Monday on West Main Street. Pictured is Capt. Richard Conklin at the scene of a fatal shooting two weeks ago in Stamford
Stamford Police are investigating a noontime shooting Monday on West Main Street. Pictured is Capt. Richard Conklin at the scene of a fatal shooting two weeks ago in Stamford Photo Credit: Jay Polansky

STAMFORD, Conn. -- Stamford Police are seeking two men who shot up four apartment buildings and a vehicle Monday, police said. No injuries were reported, police said.

At 12:30 p.m., an Audi A4 dropped off two black males at the intersection of West Main Street and Rose Park Avenue, police said. Officers believe it was these two individuals who fired the shots a few minutes later, police said.

The two males were firing at a person in the driveway of 235 W. Main St., police said.

No victims were found at the scene, and all local hospitals have been checked for victims, police said. Seven shell casings were found at the scene, police said.

Police have video of the two men running on Ann Street.

Two of the four apartments stuck by bullets are the homes of elderly women, police said. They were not hurt but were traumatized by the events, police said. The bullets entered their bedrooms, police said.

The first suspect has a thin build and medium length dreadlocks and was wearing a long-sleeve white shirt with a black T-shirt over it and white high top basketball sneakers. He was carrying a heavy black winter coat and possibly had a soft cast on his right arm, police said.

The second suspect has a stocky build and was wearing a gray hoodie with a black jacket over it and dark-colored cargo pants, police said.

The suspects may be in possession of a handgun and should be considered armed and dangerous, police said.

Police do not have a motive for the shooting and have not identified the intended target. Anyone with information on this incident are urged to call the Stamford Police Department's Detective Bureau at 203-977-4417. All information will be kept confidential.

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