No one injured in Oakland shooting

By Zoë Hannah / Assistant News Editor

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Pittsburgh police are searching for someone who shot a gun into a park and a house in Oakland Friday night.

According to the release, no one was injured, but police officers found four shell casings on the 3700 block of Frazier Street in Oakland. Officers were dispatched to the scene at 8:30 p.m., where a group of five adults said they saw shots fired from a small red vehicle in the direction of Dan Marino Field, at the intersection of Frazier Street and Parkview Avenue, the release said.

The release said one bullet went through a bedroom window and hit a lamp, then ended up in the drywall. The resident of the house, a 20-year-old man, was home at the time but was not injured, according to the release.

Police are still investigating the shooting, the release said.

As of Sunday evening, Department of Public Safety spokesperson Sonya Toler said there is no other information available about the shooting at this time.

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