Shots were reportedly fired outside of Taylor Swift’s New York City townhouse during an armed robbery at a nearby shop on Sunday.
According to The New York Post, the Tribeca area briefly became dangerous on Sunday when Patron of New York, a sneaker store located at 151 Franklin Street, saw gunfire during an armed robbery shortly after 5 p.m.
Police told the outlet that four shots were fired but no one was hurt. Shell casings were recovered at the scene across from Swift’s residence. Although it took place across the street, there’s no indication that Swift’s property was in any way a target for the three assailants, who reportedly fled eastbound, two wearing blue jeans and white T-shirts and a third in blue jeans and a blue T-shirt. It’s unclear if Swift was in the home at the time.
One local resident told the outlet that this is the second shootout in the area in less than a month.
Shots were reportedly fired outside Taylor Swift’s New York City home during an armed robbery at a local shop.
(Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)
“It’s really concerning to see two gun-related crimes happen at the same place within a month,” the person said.
Neither representatives for Swift nor the NYPD immediately responded to Fox News’ request for comment.
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