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Troopers Investigate Shots Fired In Wilmington Gas Station Lot

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WILMINGTON, Del. - Delaware State Police say they are investigating an incident in which multiple shots were fired at an occupied vehicle in the parking lot of a Maryland Avenue gas station shortly after midnight.

According to reports, the incident began on Saturday at approximately 12:38 AM as troopers responded to the Sunoco A-Plus Mini Mart located at 1950 Maryland Avenue, west of the City of Wilmington, for a report of multiple shots fired.

Preliminary investigation reportedly determined that a 23-year-old male and 25-year-old male were sitting in a vehicle in the parking lot of the mini mart when unknown suspects approached and fired multiple rounds at the vehicle. The vehicle was reportedly damaged as a result of the gunfire. Police say there were no reported injuries as a result of this incident.

Troopers say they are continuing to investigate this incident, and anyone with information in reference to this incident is asked to contact Troop 6 at 302-633-5000 or by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333.

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