Columbus police said they are investigating a Tuesday afternoon shooting that occurred outside of a Pam Court apartment.
A 2003 Ford Crown Victoria was struck multiple times and sustained up to $2,000 worth of damage as a result of the 2:20 p.m. incident, authorities said. No one was harmed, police added.
Two officers said they were called to the Pam Court residence at 2:25 p.m. in reference to shots fired. When they arrived at the apartment, officers noticed a black 2003 Ford Crown Victoria that was shot at least 25 times. All of the windows were shattered and there were bullet holes on the sides and rear of the vehicle.
At least 29 shell casings were found on the road, authorities said.
Police said the car owner was not on the scene when the incident happened, but a 15-year-old resident believes he may have spotted the shooters.
The teen told police he was in a nearby residence when he heard gunshots. He said he went outside to investigate and saw an older model Ford Mustang with faded paint. Three men were inside of the vehicle, the teen added.
The vehicle then sped off, heading south on Pembrook Court, the witness said.
One of the suspects was described as black man between 20 and 25 years old who was wearing a black t-shirt. Detailed descriptions of the other individuals were not provided.
Officials have yet to make any arrest in the case.