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Atchison Home Hit By Gunshots

(KAIR)--No one was hurt despite an Atchison area home being struck by gunfire.

Atchison County Sheriff Jack Laurie said it happened early Sunday morning, with at least three shots fired at the residence. “That happened just outside the city limits, on K-7, north of Harper Drive, about a half-mile or so.”

One round struck a window and traveled into the home, striking a shower inside.

Three occupants were at home at the time of the shooting but no one was hurt.

The shooting occurred around 12:40 Sunday morning. “We don't have any suspects narrowed down right at this point, but we have a few leads that we've got to follow up with.”

Laurie says the case remains under investigation, with no suspects immediately identified.

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