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Nobody injured in drive-by shooting on North Whidbey
The Island County Sheriff's Office is asking the public for any information regarding a drive-by shooting on North Whidbey Tuesday.
Undersheriff Kelly Mauck said nobody was injured and the shooter's intention remains unclear.
"There is no known motive," he said, "and no suspect."
Someone fired several shots and hit two houses on the 1900 block of Swantown Road with what investigators believe was a small-caliber handgun, according to Mauck. The shooting was reported at about 5:30 p.m.
Mauck said the houses were not associated with any kind of criminal history.
Sheriff Mark Brown said shell casings were recovered at the scene.
Mauck said a small car, possibly a Honda, was seen near the scene, but investigators don't know if the occupants were involved in the shooting.
Anyone with any information can contact the Island County Sheriff’s Office at 360-678-4422 or by calling I-COM Dispatch at 360-678-6116.