Home Shot at in Tinley Park, Police Investigating


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TINLEY PARK, IL – The Tinley Park Police Department is investigating an early morning shooting incident that occurred early Tuesday. 

According to police, it was around 3:45 a.m. this morning the department received a call reporting gunshots fired in the area of the 16400 block of Cobblestone Court.

Upon arrival, authorities discovered five shell casings on Harlem Avenue at 163rd Street. One of the bullets fired had penetrated a nearby residence, but thankfully there were no reported injuries to any of the occupants inside the home.

At this time, the police do not have any information on the offender or the vehicle involved in the shooting. Authorities are urging anyone with information to come forward and contact the Tinley Park 911 Dispatch Center non-emergency line at 708-444-5300.

The Village of Tinley Park Public Safety officials are actively investigating this case and are working diligently to ensure the safety of the community. Anyone with information regarding the shooting is urged to contact the authorities.


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