Two people fired at least six shots into a West Valley house Thursday morning before fleeing to a waiting car.
Police found three bullet holes in a bedroom window and one in a wall. They recovered a bullet from the entry hall and a living room couch. Six spent .22-caliber casings and one unused round were found outside on a sidewalk, according to West Valley police.Witnesses reported they heard the shots about 5 a.m., then saw two boys running north to a parked car, where a third person was waiting, according to police. The homeowner, 43, told police she didn't know who was responsible and why they would target her home, located in the area of 3800 South and 6500 West.