Police release photo of car in shots fired at Rogers Park police station

Someone in the passing car opened fire, striking the 24th District station at 6464 N. Clark St. several times. No one was hurt.

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Image released by police of a vehicle wanted in connection with shooting at a police station in Rogers Park.

Image released by police of a vehicle wanted in connection with shooting at a police station in Rogers Park.

Chicago Police Department

Police released an image Tuesday of a black car wanted in connection with shots fired at a police station in Rogers Park.

Someone in the passing car opened fire about 10:20 a.m. Sunday in the 6400 block of North Clark Street, striking the 24th District station several times, Chicago police said.No one was hurt.

Ald. Andre Vasquez called the drive-by an “unfortunate attack.” It wasn’t immediately clear if the shooting targeted anyone.

Anyone with information can call Area Thee detectives at 312-744-8263.

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