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Reports of gunshots fired near downtown

Gunshots were allegedly fired on the 1100 block of Fifth Avenue North late Thursday night, a press release said. A man told police he'd been confronted by three men in a silver Nissan, the release said. During a verbal fight, one of the men in th...

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Gunshots were allegedly fired on the 1100 block of Fifth Avenue North late Thursday night, a press release said.

A man told police he’d been confronted by three men in a silver Nissan, the release said. During a verbal fight, one of the men in the car pointed a firearm out the window and fired a round at him around 11 p.m., he told police.

The man ran and said he thought the men from the car were chasing him on foot, the release said. The three men from the car were gone when police arrived, the release said.

The investigation is ongoing and police are asking anyone with information to contact the department via Facebook, the Tip411 smartphone app or calling 701-787-8000.

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