Biddeford police on Tuesday investigated reports of guns being fired in the vicinity of 61 and 63 South St., but have yet to charge anyone.

A caller contacted police around 2:45 a.m. Tuesday to report that they heard gunshots on South Street, according to a release from Deputy Police Chief JoAnne Fisk.

Fisk said there were no reported injuries.

Biddeford police responded, but did not locate a suspect, Fisk said. Police closed off a section of South Street on Tuesday morning.

The police department’s crime scene van spent several hours on South Street, according to WMTW-TV. Officers could be seen collecting bullet casings and there appeared to be bullet holes in the side of a building and garage. Fisk said she would release more details about the incident as soon as they become available.

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