This story has been updated with additional information.
Police have not made any arrests after a shootout Thursday night where than 60 shots were fired in a parking lot in Midtown Thursday night, damaging 20 vehicles and three buildings.
No one was injured, but one bullet went through a hotel room window that had a guest inside, according to information from Atlanta Police Department spokesperson Kim Jones.
Police said Friday afternoon that they have deployed extra resources to the area, and investigators from several teams continue to work on the investigation.
According to an update from Mayor Kasim Reed’s office, crime rates in the Midtown area have decreased in the last year.
The shootout happened around 11:30 p.m. Thursday night in the “Parking Company of America” parking lot at the corner of Crescent and 13th Street. Police first received reports of a person with an AK entering the parking deck. Police blocked the area and searched the deck, but did not find anything.
As they searched the area, police began to find shell casing and damaged vehicles. Police have determined at least six, and possibly seven, guns were used in the shooting. They have recovered one AK 47.
One man was found lying behind cars. Police did a GSR test on him, but did not charge him.
Police also found a stockless AK 47 in the bushes directly behind where the man was hiding.
There were no witnesses on scene who provided details about what started the incident, nor did anyone see the entire incident, according to Jones.
Police found more than 60 casings from five different caliber guns. Police believe as many as seven guns, including three AK were involved in the incident.
Nineteen vehicles in the parking lot had damage from gun shots. In addition, three buildings were damaged by bullets.
The brick building at 1122 Crescent had multiple bullet strikes,
A bullet went through a window at the Marriott Hotel on 14th Street. That room was occupied by a hotel guest.
A bullet also went through a window at Mayfair Condominiums, east of Juniper St, and ruptured a water line causing flooding inside that condominium.
After processing the crime scene, police released the area around 2:30 a.m. Friday.