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Residents cautioned after gunshots fired at Seabrook sign
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Friday, July 05, 2013

SEABROOK, Texas-- Residents in Seabrook have been told to be cautious after several gunshots were fired at a sign posted near the entrance of walking trails.

Police believe the gunshots that pierced the sign posted on Todville Road were fired in the early morning hours Friday. Police found several shotgun shell casings near the sign, which was posted to inform the public of a Flood Control Project in the area.

No one was injured by the incident, but residents are being caustioned to remain on the lookout and report any suspicious activity to the Seabrook Police Department by calling 281-291-5610 or by filling out the online form at www.seabrooktx.gov/contact.

Anyone who calls with information will remain anonymous.

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