|Published:||May 06, 2013 10:49 AM EDT|
|Updated:||May 06, 2013 4:49 PM EDT|
CAPE CORAL, Fla.- A northwest Cape Coral neighborhood is on edge after a midnight shooting. Police say, someone drove up to a home near Mariner High School, stuck a gun out the window, and started firing.
Bullet holes in the window of a Cape Coral home tell the story of a frightening shooting.
According to police, Rene Luna, 22, and Jessica Aragon. 20, heard a loud band on their window around 12:30am. Luna's husband, who doesn't want to be identified, tells WINK News the bang woke both women up.
They told police a stranger drove a silver Honda with a black stripe into the driveway, and stopped.
According to the report the driver immediately stuck a gun outside of his window, and started firing into the home. The report says six shots were fired, one, striking Aragon in the hand.
The women then told police the shooter took off. It's upsetting to Luna's husband, who says, he was in Miami for work at the time of the incident. "I'm feeling not good, now, not good," he said.
"I listen, pop pop pop!" Menala Ferrer lives next door and thought she heard someone banging on the door one night. News of the shooting has her on high alert.
Cape Coral police are actively investigating what happened. The women could only get a vague description of the suspect, telling police he is an older man wearing a hooded sweatshirt.
If you have any information, you are asked to call Cape Coral Police at (239) 574-3223.
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