No one was injured during a shooting incident Thursday in the parking lot of a Memphis, Tennessee, Planned Parenthood clinic, according to reports.
Memphis police responded to calls reporting at least ten shots fired by a male in a green Nissan Altima who pulled into the parking lot, according to local media reports. A woman came out of the building, got into the man’s car, and they drove off.
Following a search for bullet holes, authorities reported, “the building does not appear to have been shot.” The motive remains unclear, reports indicate.
Planned Parenthood Greater Memphis Region issued a statement Friday saying it did not believe the facility was the intended target:
Planned Parenthood Greater Memphis Region (PPGMR) health center and office were the site of a possible shooting between 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 14, 2016. There are no casualties or injuries as a result of this activity. At this time PPGMR has no reason to believe that our health center, our patients, or our staff were the intended target. The investigation is ongoing and PPGMR is cooperating fully with the Memphis Police Department. PPGMR will provide information as it becomes available.
Rain was falling at the time of the shooting, meaning that anti-choice protesters who typically demonstrated outside the facility were absent, according to reports.