PA State Police in Reading seek information on a drive-by shooter

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Pennsylvania State Police in Reading are looking for a drive-by shooter, who fired a shotgun at a Berks County residence this weekend.

According to a police report, two victims allege that on Saturday, August 27 a person in a dark green and tan SUV, possibly a Ford Expedition, with a large receiver hitch, stuck a shotgun out of the window, and fired two shots. The shots hit a house on Union St. in Union Township, and a vehicle.

A 49-year-old man and 47-year-old woman, of Douglassville, were inside the house when the shooting happened. Neither the man, nor the woman, were hurt, police report. The SUV continued north on Union St.

The shooting was captured by home surveillance, police said. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact PSP-Reading at 610-378-4011.

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