When the shooting stopped and three cars sped away from the Indianapolis home Sunday afternoon, more than 70 shell casings were found at the bullet-riddledn residence of Indianapolis Colts assistant coach Parks Frazier.
Investigators also found a silver iPhone in a purple case that may have been left behind by one of the shooters.
The shooting happened shortly before 6 p.m. on Mother's Day in the Sunningdale Commons subdivision, near The Country Club of Indianapolis.
The home was unoccupied at the time, but multiple neighbors who were home said that eight people arrived in three cars before opening fire, according to IMPD police reports. A rear door to the home was also kicked in, and shots were fired inside.
Parks Frazier, the Colts assistant coach, throws footballs to players before the start of their game against the Oakland Raiders at Oakland Alameda Coliseum in Oakland, CA., Sunday, Oct 28, 2018. (Photo: Matt Kryger/IndyStar)
On Wednesday, police said the case was still under investigation. Investigators have not commented on a possible motive or identified any suspects.
The Indianapolis Colts have released the following statement in response to the shooting:
"We are extremely thankful our employee was not home at the time of the incident. Because this is an ongoing investigation, we have no further comment."
According to the police report, a few neighbors' homes were also hit during the shooting. Police recovered shell casings and bullet fragments on Sunday, and went back on Monday to recover more.
According to a report, police recovered:
Eight 9 mm shell casings; 18 .223 caliber shell casings; 10 .45 caliber shell casings; 14 .40 caliber shell casings; 27 7.62×39 mm shell casings; and 13 bullet fragments of various calibers.
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