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UPDATE: Report Of Shots Fired On Spokane's South Hill

**UPDATE**

SPOKANE, Wash. – Spokane Police responded to a report of shots fired Wednesday afternoon in the area of 33rd Ave. and Thor St.

Police tell us that a man on a scooter opened fire as he drove by that intersection, yelling racial slurs at three teenagers walking by.

The shooter then turned around, and pulled a gun on the teens, threatening to shoot.

The teens took cover behind a white van the shooter fired off at least one shot, then fleeing, heading north on Thor.

Investigators were able to recover a bullet from the parked van.

Officers are looking for a white male, 5'11" with a heavy build in his early 20's. He was rearing a red shirt, blue jeans and riding a dark red scooter. If you have any information, please call Crime Check at 456-2233. 

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police are responding to a shots fired report on the South Hill.

We're told someone fired a gun at a group of people near 33rd and Thor.

No one was hit, and so far there have been no arrests.

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