Shots fired at 2 Chicago police officers in Gresham, no injuries reported

The officers were responding to a domestic call in the 8000 block of South Aberdeen Avenue when someone on the street fired at them, Chicago police said.

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A person fired shots towards two Chicago police officers Nov. 3, 2021, in Gresham.

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Shots were fired at two Chicago police officers Wednesday night in Gresham on the South Side but no injuries were reported.

The officers were responding to a domestic call in the 8000 block of South Aberdeen Street when someone on the street fired at them about 9:15 p.m., Chicago police said.

The shooter fled the scene and no one was in custody, according to police.

The officers were not injured and did not return fire, police said.

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