By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

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.

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Police confirmed officers returned shots during the incident at Michigan Avenue and Lake Street.

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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.

No officers were injured in shooting. Police said it is unknown if offenders were shot.

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This is a developing story. 

CBS 2 Chicago Staff