WILSON, Pa. - Police in Wilson, Northampton County, are investigating reports of gunfire.
Shots rang out around 10:35 p.m. Monday in the 1600 block of Washington Street, according to borough police.
A resident called police and said he or she heard seven gunshots and also saw a silver Chrsyler speeding north on South 17th Street. The caller also told police that two men were running east on Washington Street, while one man was firing a gun. The caller reported the two men walking together and arguing just before the shooting.
No injuries were reported but responding officers found six shell casings at the scene.
Anyone with information can contact Wilson police at 610-258-8542.
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