Shots fired at police on Far South Side

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Someone fired shots at police officers early Saturday on the Pullman area on the Far South Side.

The shots came from someone in a white SUV about 3 a.m. in the 1000 block of East 111th Street, Chicago Police said.

The officers did not shoot back as the SUV drove off onto the Bishop Ford Expressway, police said.

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