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- Video report by ITV Anglia's Victoria Lampard
Gun fire was heard in a residential area of Ipswich in the early hours of Tuesday 20 June.
Officers were called to Kelly Road around 2.20am.
A number of of people had reported hearing shots and seeing someone who appeared to be throwing things that had been set on fire at an address there.
No one at the property was hurt.
Officers - including the National Police Air Service helicopter - searched the area but could not find anyone.
Anyone with information about the incident should call Suffolk Police on 101, quoting CAD 42 of today, Tuesday 20 June.
The police helicopter was deployed in Ipswich this morning after reports that shots had been heard in Ipswich.
Several calls were made to police who attended the incident on Kelly Road at around 2:30am. There were also reports that someone may have been throwing what appeared to be items that were on fire at an address there.
Police attended and made a search of the area. The offenders had fled and no one at the property was hurt. An investigation is underway.