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New Brunswick: Weekend Party Dispute Leads To Gunshots, Car Damaged On Hassart Street

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Police are investigating leads to find out who may be responsible for shooting up a car near Hassart and Welton streets over the weekend, officials said Wednesday night.

According to police, a dispute erupted at a party on Morris Street later Saturday night that spilled over into the early morning hours on Sunday.

Police received multiple calls around 1:40 a.m. that shots were fired on Hassart Street in the city.

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Officers arrived on the scene and found a vehicle with gunshot damage, that police believe can be attributed to the earlier disturbance at the party, Capt. Joe Miller said.

Police did not say how many gunshots were fired at the vehicle.

The officers were not able to locate any suspects in the incident and the investigation is ongoing, he said.

No one was injured during the shooting, he said.

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