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WF detective finds no evidence of shots

A West Fargo police detective said he found no evidence of gunshots fired Monday night as reported by two witnesses. Dispatchers received two calls shortly after 10 p.m. regarding as many as a dozen shots fired in the 100 block of 17th Street Eas...

A West Fargo police detective said he found no evidence of gunshots fired Monday night as reported by two witnesses.

Dispatchers received two calls shortly after 10 p.m. regarding as many as a dozen shots fired in the 100 block of 17th Street East.

One of the callers said he saw shots being fired toward an apartment building from a white van. The caller reported seeing the muzzle flash from the sliding door of the van.

The other caller, who lives about a block away, reported hearing the shots, West Fargo Police Detective Derek Cruff said.

Cruff said he found no corroborating evidence, such as shell casings or holes in buildings.

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"We can't find evidence of whether anything had been hit or been discharged," he said.

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