SEATTLE - A West Seattle home was damaged for the second time in a week by bullets early Saturday morning, police said.
The incident happened at a house in the 2000 block of Southwest Cloverdale Street around 1:32 a.m.
When police arrived to the location, officers found damage from small caliber rounds in the outer wall of the house.
A bullet fragment was removed from the walls.
There were two people home during the time of the incident.
Police do not have any information about a shooter at this time, and there were no witnesses.
According to police, the residents in the home claimed they had no idea as to why anyone would target their house, and this is the second time the house was hit.
There were no injuries reported.
Investigators found gang-related graffiti tagged on the stairs leading to the front door of the home, but people at the scene denied having any gang affiliation.
Police will continue to investigate the incident.