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Police look for man suspected of firing shots

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Lionell Coleman (Source: HCSO) Lionell Coleman (Source: HCSO)
EAST PRICE HILL, OH (FOX19) -

Police are looking for a man who is suspected of firing shots in East Price Hill.

It happened Thursday morning near the intersection of Delhi Pike and Fairbanks Avenue. 

Lionell Coleman is accused of firing three shots at the Eatondale Apartments. One of the shots hit a vehicle.

Police called in a helicopter and K-9 unit to help search for the suspect. SWAT was also called in after investigators believed Coleman was barricaded inside the Eatondale Apartments.

Coleman remains at large. He is facing one count of felonious assault.

No one was hurt.

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