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Police looking for suspects, SUV involved in Chelsea shooting incident; 27 to 30 shots fired

Chelsea police are looking for a small red or maroon SUV in connection with a shooting late Monday.
Chelsea Police
Chelsea police are looking for a small red or maroon SUV in connection with a shooting late Monday.

Chelsea police are looking for suspects and a small red or maroon SUV in connection with a shooting there late Monday, with multiple vehicles and at least one home hit by bullets.

The shooting took place in the area of Lawrence Street, a block-long residential lane between Tudor Street and Clark Avenue, where 27 to 30 shots were fired, Chelsea Police Chief Brian Kyes said in a phone interview Tuesday morning.

“Thankfully, nobody was injured. That’s certainly the first time that I can ever remember that that many rounds were fired” in Chelsea, Kyes said.

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The area is adjacent to the Clark Avenue School. Kyes said investigators believe another vehicle may have been involved in the shooting and may have fled the area.

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As of Tuesday morning, police had some leads in the case but had not yet made any arrests, Kyes said.

Police ask anyone with information to call Chelsea Police at 617-466-4835.

This is a developing story and may be updated.

Peter Bailey-Wells can be reached at peter.bailey-wells@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @pbaileywells.