Bernal Heights shooting injures no one but hits house

The home of a 33-year-old woman was riddled with bullets sometime late Wednesday or early Thanksgiving morning, according to police.

The victim came home and saw a bullet hole in her window and called police, who found shell casings and bullets on the premises.

The victim said she had no idea why someone would shoot at her house.

The Bernal Heights shooting occurred near the intersection of Appleton Avenue and Patton Street.

No one was injured in the shooting.

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