Police say gunfire erupts in three separate incidents at Harbor Point

The Boston Police Department says it is looking for several suspects charged with firing repeated rounds at the Harbor Point development on June 25 and 27. Nobody was injured in the three incidents, but at least one bullet wound up inside somebody's apartment on Peninsula Road, according to an advisory from District C-6.

On June 27, around 11:40 p.m., police recovered 13 shell casings after receiving reports of gunfire - and found one bullet inside a residence on Peninsula Road. One witness told police he saw two black men run into the Bayside Expo Center parking lot and drive away in a black Civic.

Around 12:20 a.m. on June 27, witnesses reported two groups of black men got into an argument that both sides attempted to end by pulling guns and firing. One group ran towards the JFK/UMass Red Line stop; the other group sped away towards UMass in an older silver car. Police recovered 18 shell casings and one live round.

On June 25, around 11:15 p.m. police arrived at 15 Westwind Rd. to find a 2000 Jaguar XK8 with several bullet holes. Officers recovered five shell casings and two live rounds. Witnesses reported two black males fled in a black Pontiac G6 with a spoiler.



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