Shots fired near Detroit’s Greyhound bus station

Charles E. Ramirez

Detroit Police are investigating an exchange of gunfire outside of the Greyhound Bus station on Howard Street near the Lodge Freeway in downtown Detroit.

Police continue to investigate the incident, said Detroit Police officer Nicole Kirkwood.

Authorities received a call about gun shots being fired on a street next to the bus station at about 2:10 p.m. Monday, Kirkwood said.

Detroit Police officers along with Michigan State Police troopers and Wayne County Sheriff’s Deputies arrived at the scene, she said.

Officers searched inside of the bus station and the area outside it but were unable to locate a shooter or a victim, Kirkwood said. They found no property damage to the station, either.

Witnesses told police there was an exchange of gunfire between individuals in three different vehicles outside of the station. They told police the vehicles involved were a newer model black Audi, a black Yukon and a blue Chrysler 300.

All three vehicles fled the scene in unknown directions.

Anyone with information about the shooting or the vehicles should call Crime Stoppers of Michigan at 1-800-SPEAKUP or 1-800-773-2587.