WEST DEPTFORD, NJ (PIX11) — Seven bullets were fired at police station in New Jersey early this morning.
The rounds were fired during a drive-by shooting just after 4 a.m., according the South Jersey Times.
An officer who was inside the West Deptford Township police station in Gloucester County heard the gunfire and witness five bullet holes in the front door of the station house. One bullet went through the window of a deputy chief.
Police are looking at surveillance video which shows a black car circling twice. The police station is located in a building which also houses the town’s municipal offices.