Church window possibly broken by gunfire in Lebanon

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LEBANON, Pa. — Police say a broken window at a local church may be the result of gunshots. Police were called to Holy Trinity Church on the 700 block of Lehman Street Sunday morning. The window was broken and police say it may be related to the call they received around 2am Sunday for a report of gunshots on the 700 block of Arnold Street, near Chapel Street.

Officers couldn’t find any evidence of the gun shots at 2am, but police officers and residents heard four gunshots. There were no calls to this area for any other disturbances at the time the gun shots were heard.

Police are actively investigating this incident, anyone with information is asked to call the Lebanon City Police Department at 717 272 6611 or Crime Stoppers at 717 270 9800.