Some people living in Stockertown, Northampton Co., said their homes are getting hit by stray bullets.
Now, those residents want to know where the bullets are coming from and what's being done to stop them.
Some we spoke with Thursday said they are so worried that one day someone will be struck by a stray bullet that they won't let their children play in the backyard.
Stockertown resident Eric Fuls said, over the last year or so, his family's home on North Main Street has been hit by stray bullets more than a dozen times.
"The last time when the shooting happened we were down at the bottom of the bank, and I had my daughter and I pinned her between me and a tree so we wouldn't get hit by bullets," said Fuls, noting that his neighbors houses have also been hit.
While it's unknown where the bullets are coming from, Fuls said residents have their theories, ranging from illegal hunting in the woods to the nearby Stockertown Rod and Gun Club.
"It's scary and also, it's bringing down the property value of the homes," said Fuls. "Who wants to buy a house that gets shot at?"
Fuls said the police have been contacted, but he and his neighbors haven't heard anything about the investigation.
Borough council President Ann Richard addressed the situation in a written statement.
"We are as anxious to find a solution as the homeowners," said Richard.
Fuls said he heard the gun club has made recent safety improvements, and at least one gun club member said it's highly unlikely the stray bullets came from the gun range.
Residents said it doesn't matter as much where the bullets come from, just that they stop coming.
69 News left repeated messages both at the Stockertown Police Department and at the Stockertown Rod and Gun club over several months to find out what is being done. Our calls have not been returned.