Police look for shooter that opened fire on a car in Southwest Fresno

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Police are trying to find out who fired shots at a car in Southwest Fresno. One of the targets was a teenage boy. (KFSN)

Police are trying to find out who fired shots at a car in Southwest Fresno. One of the targets was a teenage boy.

The shooting happened around 9:20 Thursday night at California and Plumas -- about a quarter mile away from Edison High School. Fresno Police say a 15-year-old was riding in a car with two other people. A second car pulled up, and someone from inside started shooting.

Several shots were fired. No one was hit.

The shooting unfolded in a residential neighborhood. Detectives say it's fortunate the person firing the gun was a terrible shot.

"It's very dangerous. We were very fortunate in this situation, again, that the only thing that was struck was a parked vehicle in a driveway. It appears to have hit the back window of that vehicle, and the victim's vehicle. The back windshield was struck," said Lt. Rob Beckwith, Fresno Police Department.

No one was hurt and no arrests have been made. Police do not have a description of the suspects, but they say the shooter fired from a white sedan.
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