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Police: Shot fired through front door of Greenville gas station overnight

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Police investigate shooting at Greenville QuikTrip. (FOX Carolina/ 10/27/17) Police investigate shooting at Greenville QuikTrip. (FOX Carolina/ 10/27/17)
Police investigate shooting at Greenville QuikTrip. (FOX Carolina/ 10/27/17) Police investigate shooting at Greenville QuikTrip. (FOX Carolina/ 10/27/17)
Police investigate shooting at Greenville QuikTrip. (FOX Carolina/ 10/27/17) Police investigate shooting at Greenville QuikTrip. (FOX Carolina/ 10/27/17)
Police investigate shooting at Greenville QuikTrip. (FOX Carolina/ 10/27/17) Police investigate shooting at Greenville QuikTrip. (FOX Carolina/ 10/27/17)
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Police were investigating early Friday after reports of a shooting in the city of Greenville.

The incident happened at the QuickTrip gas station and convenience store on Rutherford Street.

Details are limited at this time, but according to Greenville City Police a the scene, a single shot was fired through the front door of the building.

No injuries were reported, however. 

Police said they were not yet sure if the shooting was accidental or not.

Caution tape was up on the front door early Friday, but the gas station remained open as police investigated the incident. The scene cleared around 2:40 a.m.

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