FARMINGTON, Mich. (WJBK) - Police say a home in Farmington was targeted by a drive-by shooting earlier this week.
Numerous people called 911 the night of September 19 around 10:30 to say they had heard gunfire. Police came to a home in the 23500 block of Wesley Street and found numerous spent shell casings along the street.
Police say no one was in the home at the time, so no one was injured.
Police say neighbors saw as many as three vehicles speed away from the street.
“Although the investigation is ongoing, it is clear that the home was targeted and this was not a random event. Detectives are working with the family to determine why their home was targeted," says Farmington Public Safety Department director Frank Demers.
If you have any information about what happened, you're asked to call the Farmington Public Safety Commander Justin DuLong at 248-474-5500, Ext: 2246.