AKRON, Ohio - Akron police are investigating after they found an empty SUV full of bullet holes on Crosby Street.
According to police, they responded to the intersection of Crosby Street and Rhodes Avenue for a report of shots fired. When officers arrived they found glass in the intersection but no car.
Officers then found a SUV that was resting against a fire hydrant on Crosby Street near the intersection of Gale Street.
The SUV had one large bullet hole in the middle of the driver’s door and the driver window was also shot out.
Police located shell casings and unfired rounds in the street.
Police said that they never located any victims and have made no arrests.
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