Shots fired at police in Fuller Park, no injuries reported

Officers were in an unmarked car when they heard gunfire and saw a gray Dodge Charger leaving the area in the 4200 block of South Princeton Avenue.

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No one was injured after shots were fired at police Oct. 7, 2021, in Fuller Park.

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No one was injured after someone fired shots at police Thursday evening in the Fuller Park neighborhood.

Officers were driving in an unmarked car when they heard gunfire and saw a gray Dodge Charger leaving the area in the 4200 block of South Princeton Avenue about 8:40 p.m., police said.

Officers followed the Charger and a passenger opened fire on them, police said.

No one was shot and officers did not return fire, according to police.

There was no one in custody.

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