Police Investigate Bullet Holes Found in O'Fallon Business
Employees at Herndon Products noticed damage from bullet holes on their way into work Monday morning.
Police are investigating bullet holes discovered in an O'Fallon business early Monday morning.
O'Fallon Police say they received a call from Herndon Products on the 3800 block of Lloyd King Drive around 7 a.m. Employees noticed damage on their way into work Monday morning.
Police said no one was in the business when shots were fired and no one was injured.
According to a news release from Herndon Products, property damage included bullet holes in walls and windows.
Police say this is the second case under investigation at the business in the past few months. Another report of bullet damage was reported on May 23, 2011.
CEO Scott Herndon said in a news release that they have no information on motive or who might be involved with the shootings.
"We take the safety of our employees and our neighborhood very seriously and we have authorized a reward offer of $10,000 for information that leads to the conviction of the person or persons involved," Herndon added.
The O'Fallon Police Department requests that anyone with information contact Det. Dean Frye at 636-379-5579.
Editor's Note: This story was updated at 4:45 p.m. on Monday with a statement from Herndon Products.