Bullets hit home in rolling gun battle captured on camera in Liberty neighborhood

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LIBERTY, Mo. — Police in Liberty, Missouri are asking residents who have surveillance cameras to check them after a rolling gun battle was caught on camera Monday night. It happened along Camelot Drive just north of Kings Ridge around 11:10 p.m. Police said two vehicles shot at each other and bullets struck at least one home in the area. “We were just watching and I had the sliding glass door open sitting in a chair and I heard Pop! Pop, pop!” neighbor Linda Holley said. “And I told Larry, I said, ‘that sounds like gunshots.'” Police Cpt. Andy Hedrick told FOX4 that they haven’t identified the vehicle involved in the shooting, which could help them solve the case much faster. No physical injuries have been reported. Police ask that anyone with any additional footage please call (816) 439-4701 or the TIPS Hotline at (816) 474-TIPS. You can even email video footage to investigations@libertymo.gov.

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