Portland police say they are still investigating the shooting on Gilman Street that shook up the neighborhood last week, but no one has been arrested and some people involved are not cooperating.

Two shots rang out about 8:20 a.m. on Oct. 19, but no one was hurt, although one bullet passed through a woman’s living room window and lodged in her wall.

Police spokesman Lt. Robert Martin said Thursday that the investigation is continuing.

“We’re making progress on it but we’re dealing with people who are not 100 percent cooperative,” Martin said.

He declined to say whether officers had identified two men who were believed to be the targets, or whether investigators had a chance to interview them.

A witness to the shooting who spoke to the Press Herald but asked that his name not be used said he saw a woman get out of a gray or silver Toyota Prius holding a handgun, and then saw the Prius speed off. The woman was in a “shooting stance,” the witness said.

In addition to the Prius, police are looking for an early-model Honda CRV, also silver, with a spare tire on its rear hatch.

Martin did not comment on whether police had found the vehicles or their owners.

Police are still interested in speaking with anyone who witnessed the shooting or who has information about it.

Though police have responded to fewer than a dozen incidents in that area of Gilman Street in the past six months, there was an unsolved killing in an apartment at 88 Gilman St. on March 15.

In that case, police said someone shot and killed 36-year-old David “Shycago” Anderson, who was visiting a resident at the Shalom House property.

Police said last week that the two shootings do not appear to be connected.

Matt Byrne can be contacted at 791-6303 or at:

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