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Police investigate gunshot in Hawaiian Paradise Park

Hawaii island police reopened Paradise Drive in Puna this afternoon after someone fired a gun from a pickup.

The suspect’s vehicle was reported to be a white Ford diesel truck with dual tires, a black gate, and utility boxes. The driver fled the scene, and the truck was later found abandoned, police said.

Police reported the closure at about 2:30 p.m. and said the road was closed in Hawaiian Paradise Park at the intersection with 29th Avenue for an investigation.

Police confirmed a gun was fired, but no one was hurt and no property damage was reported.

The road was reopened about 4:30 p.m.

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