KEOKUK, IA (AP) - Police are investigating a report of shots fired at Keokuk High School in the southeast corner of Iowa.
Police Chief Dave Hinton tells the Keokuk Daily Gate City that the call came in just before 8 p.m. Thursday.
Hinton says no suspects have been found and no one was injured, but that two bullet holes were found in the a wing of the school building.
Superintendent Tim Hood said that show choir students were practicing in another part of the school at the time of the shooting.
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