Davenport Police: Nearly 80-bullets fired near Figge Art Museum

(Davenport, IA) -- Police say nearly 80-shell casings have been found in a parking garage, where a hail of gunfire was reported early Sunday morning. Police say it happened around 1:30 Sunday morning, resulting in the damage of 10-windows at the Figge Art Museum as well as windows in the Skybridge. The shooting reportedly took place on the top level of the Redstone Parking Ramp at 129 North Main Street. There are no reports of injuries.

Police are releasing surveillance footage and urging the public to call in tips.

Chief Paul Sikorski says people at the scene early Sunday morning claimed they did not see anything. He says officers spent hours gathering evidence including dozens and dozens of casings from the scene.

Sikorski says surveillance footage shows about 80-people were there and scattered when the gunfire begins. Police say there were about two dozen cars and several people shooting guns.

Mayor Mike Matson, Davenport Police Chief Paul Sikorski and representatives from the NAACP and Davenport Peace spoke at a news conference this (Monday) afternoon, urging cooperation in the investigation.

(Photos Davenport Police Department)

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