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Surveillance video captures shots fired in Texoma neighborhood


SHERMAN,  TX- Caught on camera. A Sherman home owner's security camera catches someone shooting a gun towards their home. The incident happened late Monday night in the 3000 Block of Lamberth Road in Sherman.

The owners didn't notice it until later after reviewing the video. It was around 11:30 Monday night when police say a car stopped in front of a house along Lamberth Road in Sherman and someone inside fired a gun. On the homeowners surveillance video, you can see the spark from each shot.

"We realized it was shots coming from a car aimed at my house," said the homeowner.

The homeowner who didn't want us to reveal her identity, says she thought someone was banging on her door.

"I got up but I didn't answer the door. I just asked who it was. No one answered back so I went to the cameras and was looking at the door thinking someone was there," said the homeowner.

The homeowner called police. By the time they got there the shooter was gone. Police still haven't found them.

"We don't want this kind of activity going on so if anyone has information about who did this they need to contact us," said Sgt. D.M. Hampton with the Sherman Police Department.

Neighbors who've lived in the area for years say it's alarming to know someone was shooting so close to their homes late at night.

"Kids or anybody could be inside the house and if a bullet ricocheted or hit someone that's very harmful," said nearby neighbor Ricardo Ayala.

"I mean it could have been one of us hurt or killed," said the homeowner.

The homeowner says she's not scared, but she wants justice.

"I wanted to find exactly who it was and prosecute," said the homeowner.

Police say since the video is dark it might be hard to identify the suspect. The homeowner has a message for whoever pulled the trigger.

"You come around my house you're liable to get hurt or killed yourself," said the homeowner.

Police say they found shell casings but didn't find any damage done to the home. Anyone who has information should call the Sherman Police Department.