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It happened Friday at an apartment complex.

Posted: Jan. 26, 2018 5:18 PM
Updated: Jan. 29, 2018 12:37 PM

UPDATE:  Rochester police say the continue to investigate the Friday afternoon incident at Heritage Manor Apartments.

Witnesses reported a disturbance in the parking lot around 4 pm.  Evidence of shots being fired, including at least one bullet and broken glass, was found.  Police say they got a good description of the vehicles involved and located them over the weekend.  One car appears to have a shot out window.

No one is in custody.

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ROCHESTER, Minn. – Authorities are investigating an apparent incident at Heritage Manor Apartments.

Police received a report around 3 pm Friday of suspicious activity in the parking lot and officers found glass and a spent bullet in the area. Three vehicles were also reported to have left the apartment complex.

A person at the scene tells KIMT they think it may have been a drug deal gone bad.  The witness says multiple men and women were seen getting into three different cars, there was a sound of glass breaking and then the sound of shots.  The witness says the people were not residents of the apartment complex but described them as people who hang around all the time.

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