BLOOMINGTON — Police in Bloomington are investigating after a home was shot at early Friday morning.
A press release from the Bloomington Police Department said officers were called out at 12:20 a.m. to the 700 block of North Roosevelt Avenue after gun shots were heard.
Officers collected evidence at the scene, the release said, and learned a home and a vehicle had been hit by the gunfire.
Police said the residence was occupied, but the vehicle was not. No one was hurt.
The statement said no suspect information is available, and no arrests have been made.
Officers are continuing to investigate. Anyone with information on this crime is asked to call Det. Pedro Diaz at 309-434-2532 or
Photos: Encrypted police radios improve officer safety at cost of transparency
Bloomington police officer John Fermon holds one of the department's handheld encrypted radios on July 15.
McLean County Sheriff's Department's Lt. Jon Albee disinfects the encrypted mobile radio inside a department SUV on July 15. The radio allows police departments in the Twin Cities to talk to each other in times of community-wide police emergencies. All departments in the Twin Cities went to encrypted dispatch last year in an effort to improve officer safety and operational security. The problem with the encryption is that it prevents news agencies and interested members of the public from following basic dispatch information.
Bloomington Police officer John Fermon uses one of the department's handheld encrypted radios. The radio allows officers to talk to dispatchers and other officers who send encrypted messages that cannot be understood using legal means.
A Motorola Starcom 21 radio sits in the center of a cluster of equipment inside a McLean County Sheriffs vehicle. The radio allows local departments to communicate with each other through an encrypted channel.
An encrypted handheld radio allows Bloomington police officers to talk without public knowledge of the conversation.
An encrypted hand-held radio allows Bloomington Police officers to talk without public knowledge of the conversation, Thursday, July 14, 2021.
Bloomington Police officer John Fermon holds one of the department's handheld encrypted radios on July 15.
An encrypted mobile radio is positioned inside a McLean County Sheriff's SUV, below a networked laptop. The radio allows police departments to talk to each other in times of community wide police emergencies.
An encrypted mobile radio is positioned inside a McLean County Sheriff's Department SUV on July 15.
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