Rogers Park police station struck by gunfire Sunday morning

Gunshots were fired outside the Chicago police station in Rogers Park on Sunday morning. No one was injured, but the station was struck by bullets, according to a CPD report.

A vehicle pulled up to the 24th District station at 6464 North Clark at 10:21 a.m. and someone in the car fired shots toward the building, according to Officer Jessica Rocco. The vehicle then sped northbound on Clark Street.

Bullets struck the building’s brickwork, but neither officers nor people waiting at a nearby CTA bus shelter were injured. Surveillance video shows a black Mazda 3 with silver wheels and tinted windows leaving the scene after the shots were fired.

Area Three detectives are investigating.

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