A woman told police her car was shot while driving on Pleasant Street on Thursday.
BROCKTON — A car was shot at Thursday night, leaving the rear windshield with a bullet hole and smashed glass, but police continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding it.
Officers were dispatched to the area of 139 Pleasant St., the parking lot outside the Brockton Mini Mart and Wash Hour Laundry Mat, for a report of a car that was shot about 8:29 p.m.
Police were told that the woman drove to her home on Warren Avenue, about a mile from where she reported it had occurred. She was not injured.
Officers found a 2008 BMW sedan parked in the driveway with a bullet hole in the rear windshield. The vehicle is registered to a man who lives at another address.
The woman told police she was driving the car earlier in the evening west on Pleasant Street near Fernandez Family Market when “she heard a pop and noticed the rear window of the car was shattered,” said police spokesman Darren Duarte.
But, as of Friday afternoon, police were still trying to determine how and where the incident occurred.
“The circumstances and the location of where this incident happened are unclear and remain under investigation at this point,” Duarte said.