CHICAGO (CBS)– Chicago police reported an officer involved shooting in The Loop Monday early morning.
According to police, officers were arresting several looters when someone in a car heading southbound on Michigan Avenue started shooting at officers.READ MORE: Family Praying For Recovery Of 11-Year-Old Ny-Andra Dyer, Shot In The Face At West Pullman Gas Station; 'I Just Need A Miracle'
UPDATE: CPD say officers were arresting looters when someone in a car heading south on Michigan Ave. started shooting at officers. Don’t know how many people were in the car. Officers shot back. No officers injured. Police don’t know if anyone in the car was wounded. @cbschicago pic.twitter.com/ZT6cDLvacV
— Vi Nguyen (@ViNguyen) August 10, 2020
Police confirmed officers returned shots during the incident at Michigan Avenue and Lake Street.READ MORE: Third Stimulus Check: Why Your Next Relief Payment May Not Be $1,400
The shooting took place during looting and unrest overnight throughout downtown Chicago. Dozens of businesses were broken into during an incident that appears to be a coordinated effort.
— Tom Ahern (@TomAhernCPD) August 10, 2020
No officers were injured in shooting. Police said it is unknown if offenders were shot.MORE NEWS: Macy's Famed Walnut Room Reopens On Wednesday
This is a developing story.