MANCHESTER, Conn. (AP) — Several cars are riddled with bullet holes after a shooting in a Connecticut apartment complex.
Police say they first received reports of shots fired Sunday night in Manchester. Officers arrived to find five cars damaged by gunshots.
Jason Ryans tells WFSB-TV his vehicle was struck. He says an officer told him the damage was the result of a shootout where one suspect hid behind his car for cover.
Ryans says he is moving from the apartment complex for the safety of his four children.
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The shooting is under investigation.