A car’s windshield was damaged Monday night hen someone fired shots in the underground parking garage at the AMC theater at Alderwood mall in Lynnwood. (Lynnwood Police Department)

A car’s windshield was damaged Monday night hen someone fired shots in the underground parking garage at the AMC theater at Alderwood mall in Lynnwood. (Lynnwood Police Department)

Shots fired at Lynnwood movie theater parking garage

There were no reports of injuries or suspects, but an unoccupied vehicle was hit twice.

LYNNWOOD — Police were investigating a shooting in a parking garage at a movie theater Monday evening.

Before 9 p.m., someone reportedly fired shots in the AMC Alderwood Mall 16 underground garage, according to the Lynnwood Police Department. There were no reports of injuries, but one vehicle was hit twice and “numerous” shell casings were recovered. Nobody was in the vehicle.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call 911.

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