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Grand Forks police respond to suspected gunshots early Friday

The Grand Forks Police Department responded to a report of gunshots early this morning. Just after 4 a.m., 911 dispatch center received multiple calls from citizens near the 200 block of Walnut Street claiming they heard gunshots. At the scene, o...

The Grand Forks Police Department responded to a report of gunshots early this morning.

Just after 4 a.m., 911 dispatch center received multiple calls from citizens near the 200 block of Walnut Street claiming they heard gunshots.

At the scene, officers spoke with a person who reported being chased on foot by a suspect near the area where the shots were heard. Officers did not locate anyone in the area who was involved in the incident.

The Grand Forks Police Department is asking anyone with information to contact them at (701) 787-8000 or investigate@grandforksgov.com .

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