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Shots fired at Iowa City apartment

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IOWA CITY (KWWL)-- An Iowa City woman came home to find her glass door shattered and bullet holes in her apartment Sunday.

Police say the woman had not been staying in the apartment on Broadway Street, but was told by a neighbor that her sliding door was damaged.

Authorities say the shots were fired from outside the apartment and multiple bullet holes were found inside and outside.

No one was in the apartment when the shots were fired. No one was injured. No arrests have been made.

Iowa City CrimeStoppers are offering an award leading to the arrest of a suspect or suspects.

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