An Auburn convenience store was riddled by gun fire on Sept. 14.
Police were called to the Shell Food Mart on Atlanta Highway after the store owner arrived at work and discovered someone had fired several shots into the windows of the store.
The incident happened between the hours of 2:20 a.m. and 6:20 a.m. The store was closed at the time.
A total of six bullet holes were located. Crime scene investigators recovered several bullet fragments.
The case remains under investigation.
Other recent incidents investigated by Auburn Police include:
•entering auto on Carter Road. A GPS unit was stolen out of an unlocked vehicle.
•identity theft on Heritage Way. A woman discovered someone had used her social security number on an apartment rental application in New York. The woman learned about the fraud when she applied for a loan.
•juvenile complaint on Carter Road. Several juvenile began fighting over non-payment of a $1 betting debt on a basketball game.
•entering auto on Berry Way. Cash was stolen out of an unlocked car and several tools were taken out of a truck tool box at the same location.
•entering auto on Jamestown Road. A GPS unit, a MP3 player and some prescription medication was stolen out of an unlocked vehicle.
•complaint on Main Street. A mother complained to police after the mother of her juvenile daughter’s friend became involved in an argument between the two juveniles.
•violation of a court order on Atlanta Highway. Police were notified when a father attempted to pick up his son from daycare in violation of a court order prohibiting him from having any contact with his son.
•fire on Heatherwood Drive. A small fire damaged a fuse box and the surrounding sheet rock.
•domestic dispute on Carter Road. Police were called to mediate a dispute between a mother and her 19-year-old son.
•domestic dispute on Hickory Trace. A woman called police after a guest became drunk and rowdy while watching a football game. The guest called a friend to pick him up from the residence and left without incident.