AMA, La. (WGNO) — Homes and vehicles are damaged in St. Charles Parish, after gunfire in an Ama neighborhood early Monday morning.

At midnight, a resident called the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office, to report hearing about a dozen gunshots in the 100 block of Kennedy Street. Detectives later found several casings at the scene, along with five bullet holes through the walls of a nearby home– and holes in two vehicles.

Witnesses said they recalled seeing a dark-colored SUV in the area, right before the shots were heard.

No victims were reported to be hurt in the gunfire, but detectives said this is ongoing investigation.

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Anyone who may have home surveillance footage of the incident is asked to contact Detective Jeffrey Mahan with the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office, at jmahan@stcharlessheriff.org, (985) 783-6807.

Crimestoppers is also taking tips, at (504) 822-1111 or 1-877-903-STOP.