Fairlawn police are looking into an unusual shooting incident Monday afternoon at the intersection of Ridgewood and Miller roads.
Detective Sgt. Randy Bartlett said there are conflicting witness statements about what happened at the intersection, but here's what police know so far:
A man walked up to a mid-size black car that was stopped on Miller Road at the Ridgewood intersection and fired several shots from a handgun.
The shooter, described as a black man, walked to a silver mid-size car stopped a few vehicles behind and got in.
The black car drove away, heading west on Ridgewood. The silver vehicle left in an unknown direction.
So far, the victim has not turned up.
"The victim has never contacted us to report anything," Bartlett said.
Police checked local hospitals, but no one was treated for a gunshot wound, he said.
Police believe at least four shots were fired, based on the fact that they found four casings at the scene.
A stray bullet struck another vehicle that was stopped at the intersection, but no one in the car was injured.
Because witnesses offered varying accounts of what happened and because the victim has not been located, police have no suspects as yet.
An investigation is continuing.