Moses Lake business peppered by gunfire Thanksgiving night

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MOSES LAKE — A business’ sales office was reportedly struck by over a dozen bullets on Thanksgiving.

The sales office at the business, I-90 RV Inc., which is located in the 600 block of Road L Northeast, was reportedly hit 14 times by gunfire. The citizen who contacted police reported only hearing the shots fired and said he did not see it occur, as he was reportedly at a nearby residence.

Police were only contacted after the bullet holes were discovered in the building early Thursday morning, not when the shots were first heard. Officers will be checking video surveillance to identify the person who fired the shots. There were no reported injuries. If you have any information on the incident contact the Moses Lake Police Department at 509-764-3887.

— Staff report

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