Shots Fired During Norwich Home Invasion

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    Police said Hamden home invasion does not appear to be a random act.

    Police are investigating a home invasion on Union Street in Norwich that took place at 1:24 a.m. on Tuesday.

    Police said the intruders allegedly entered the residence and fired several shots toward people inside, then ran up Union Street. 

    One man was around 5-feet-9 and a mask was partially covering his face. The other man was shorter, police said.

    This does not appear to be a random act of violence and there no injuries are reported, police said.

    Police are reviewing surveillance video from the Downtown City Cameras to see if it shows the intruders fleeing the area.

    Anyone who witnessed the incident or has any information to help police is urged to call Detective Jonathan Ley at (860)886-5561 or the anonymous tip line at (860)886-5561, extension 500.
     

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