2 men OK after someone shot at them inside Wrigleyville parking garage

Two men escaped injury after someone shot at them inside a Wrigleyville parking garage Saturday morning, police said.

The men, both 27, were inside a multi-level garage on the 3500 block of North Clark when two offenders fired shots at them and then drove away in a silver car around 1:24 a.m., a CPD spokesperson said.

Neither victim was shot, but bullets damaged the parking garage and a parked car. Officers found shell casings on the second floor of the garage.

CPD surveillance cameras reportedly show the gunmen leaving in a silver Dodge Charger with temporary Texas license plates that traveled north on Clark then east on Addison.

Video from the garage showed the driver is a Black male who stands about 6-feet tall and has dreadlocks. He wore a dark t-shirt with white lettering and faded jeans. The passenger is a heavy-set Black male who wore a white tank top with dark jeans.

No arrests have been made.

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