Tell City Police Investigating Shots Fired Into Empty Car Monday

The shooting took place after 4PM along 20th Street.

Posted: Sep 14, 2021 7:13 AM

Tell City Police continue to investigate a shooting that took place along 20th Street Monday.

According to a social media post, police said the shooting happened after 4PM north of Jefferson St.

Police said that the shooting involved an empty car in the area.  No injuries in the shooting.

Tell City Police ask if anyone has information or security cameras to call 812-547-7068 or leave a anonymous tip at 812-547-9563

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