Bullets hit home on Fulton Ave, fifth home shot since last Tuesday
ROCHESTER N.Y. (WHEC) — Bullets struck a home with four people inside on Fulton Avenue on Tuesday morning. That’s at least the fifth home shot since last Tuesday.
The Rochester Police Department responded to reports of people hearing gunshots on Fulton Avenue and Lorimer Street just after midnight. Upon arrival, officers found that shots had struck a home that had three teenagers and an adult inside. No one was injured.
There are no suspects in custody and anyone with information is asked to call 911.
RPD is also looking for information about other recent home shootings. Last Friday, bullets went through a room where a 14-year-old was sleeping, at a home in on Seyle Terrace, just west of Dewey Avenue. The teen was not injured and no one is in custody.
Other recent home shootings where no one was injured include:
- Tuesday on Arnett Boulevard. The home had five people inside.
- Tuesday on Ackerman Street and Bay Street. The home had three adults and five children inside, including a 1-year-old.
- Tuesday on Parsells Avenue. The home with two people inside was first struck around 11 p.m. on Monday, then again six hours later.