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January 3, 2012 at 9:33 AM

No injuries in Seattle drive-by shooting

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A man was not injured when someone opened fire on his car early this morning, Seattle police say.

The victim told police he was driving south on 23rd Avenue from East Jefferson Street at around 2:45 a.m. when a green, early 1990s Chevrolet  Suburban pulled up next to him.  He said he heard a number of gunshots fired from the Suburban.

 The victim pulled off the street while the Suburban drove off.

Police said the victim was not injured and a bullet hole was found in the front passenger-side door.  He told police that he had been involved in a dispute with the driver of the Suburban.

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