Stoughton

Shot Fired in Stoughton Near Fire Department

Police said they do not believe anyone was shot or injured, and that the incident was targeted

A shot was fired near the Stoughton Fire Department Saturday afternoon, according to police.

Police said at least one gunshot was fired on Freeman Street around 2:30 p.m. Witnesses at the scene told police of a suspect dressed in all black allegedly running from Freeman Street after the shots were heard, said police.

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Officers found the suspect on nearby Capen Street after being informed of the shooting. When officers located the suspect, it was clear to them that the suspect didn't have a weapon, said police.

Police said they do not believe anyone was shot or injured, and that the incident was targeted.

Police said they do not have a physical description of the shooter, but are investigating the incident.

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