Police Attempting to Locate Suspects in Henderson Shots Fired Call

Henderson Police responded to a "shots" fired call in Evansville on the 2300 Block of Green River Road.

Posted: Apr 7, 2021 11:12 PM
Updated: Apr 8, 2021 7:47 AM

Wednesday night, Henderson Police responded to a "shots" fired call in Evansville on the 2300 Block of Green River Road.

Officials say the investigating officer located several shell casings in the area. And, after further investigation, no damage was found.

Unknown suspects left the scene before the officer's arrival. HPD is asking that if anyone has additional information to contact the police at (270) 831-1295.

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