South Lebanon Township Police are looking for the person or persons who fired shots at a Wells Fargo Bank Thursday morning, the third shots fired incident to occur in the last month in the township.
At 8:34 a.m., police responded to the bank located at 850 East Walnut St. Two bullet holes were found in the entry doors by employees.
"The projectiles were located on the floor of the foyer of the business," officials said in a press release Friday morning. "The incident occurred sometime during the overnight hours. Video footage is being sought."
Officials are still looking for help in two other incidents of shots being fired in South Lebanon Township, one of which also was aimed at a structure.
Police responded to the Met-Ed building at 5:57 a.m. Jan. 13 for a report of the structure being struck by bullets. Upon further investigation, police learned the front doors of the 600 S. 5th Ave. building had been struck by three bullets.
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Earlier that week, police reported shots fired at 10 East Poplar Street at 2:19 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 7. Upon investigation police learned residents heard the sounds and observed the muzzle flash of two shots being fired behind the residence.
Several people were observed running away from the area, according to officials. Shell casings were found at the scene.
Police did not say these incidents were related. No one was reported injured, and no arrests have been reported as of Friday morning.
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Anyone with information about these two shots fired incidents are asked to call the South Lebanon Township Police Department at 717-274-0482.
This investigation is ongoing. Please check back with the Lebanon Daily News for updates.
Matthew Toth is a reporter for the Lebanon Daily News. Reach him at email@example.com or on Twitter at @DAMattToth.
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