Bullets hit another Dallas high-rise

Raquel Erhard – Fourth Estate Cooperative Contributor

Dallas, TX, United States (4E) – Three bullets were fired at the windows of a high-rise in Dallas, Texas Thursday afternoon, this is the second such incident in the area in less than a week.

According to officials, three bullets hit the Towers located along Merit Drive, near the 635 exit ramp to 7, in North Dallas around 12:30 p.m.

No one was reportedly injured.

Investigators believed the weapon used was a small caliber handgun because the glass was not shattered.

Officials claimed the shots could have been fired by someone traveling the 635 highway because the hole pattern increases in height with each window.

The attorney for the building owners, Robert Moats, told CBS 11 that “police are investigating what is believed to be a random incident and while no bullets where found, the security is on alert.”

Last Friday, a bullet stuck the glass windows of the CBS Radio building along U.S. 75 near Uptown.

Police are investigating both cases.

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