Three vehicles hit, no one hurt in Madison shooting

Gunfire struck at least three cars during a shooting on Madison's south side.

Police took reports at 2:17 p.m. Tuesday for a shooting near the intersection of South Park Street and West Olin Avenue, according to a police incident report.

Two people not involved in the gunfire told officers bullets hit their vehicles. No injuries have been reported. Authorities found at least a dozen shell casings.

Witnesses said a gunman fired from a white car at another. Officers found a dark sedan parked nearby "with apparent bullet damage."

A witness said several teens ran from the sedan.

Police do not know if the shooting was targeted.

Authorities encouraged anyone with information to contact Madison Area Crime Stoppers at (608) 266-6014.

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