Shots fired into Springfield home with an infant in the room

Springfield police are investigating a shooting into a house. STAFF

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Springfield police are investigating a shooting into a house. STAFF

City officers are investigating a shooting in which a round went into a home where an infant was inside, according to a police report.

Springfield police were patrolling the area of West Grand Avenue when officers heard gunfire, according to a police report.

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“Shortly after hearing the shots, dispatch advised there was a call and a round went through the house,” the report says.

A man who spoke to police said he was sitting in his house when he heard the shots, the report says.

“A round went through the wall and debris went all over the room,” the report says. “(The man) grabbed his infant child and dove out of the room. No other rounds went through the wall.”

There was a bullet hole in the house, the police report says.

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After investigating, officers also found a car that had bullet damage, the report says.

The case is still under investigation.

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