SANFORD — Sanford police are trying to learn who fired shots at a local market Monday.

Police were called to Sleeper’s Market on Lebanon Street at 6:30 p.m. for a report of shots being fired. A store employee said that some people inside a small green truck fired a shotgun loaded with bird shot at the store.

The projectiles damaged a corner of the window and siding on the building. A lone clerk was in the store and no customers.

Nobody was injured.

Police say they have no information about a possible motive in the incident and there is nothing to indicate the store was targeted, said Deputy Police Chief Craig Sanford.

Anyone with information is asked to call Sanford police at 324-3644.