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'Street Outlaws' On Edge After Shooting At Auto Shop

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Bullet holes are now peppered across a metro car shop made famous by its show on the Discovery Channel. Bullet holes are now peppered across a metro car shop made famous by its show on the Discovery Channel.
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Bullet holes are now peppered across a metro car shop made famous by its show on the Discovery Channel.

Oklahoma City police are now searching for the shooter.

The guys at Midwest Street Cars Automotive are obviously rattled and now on edge after Monday night's shooting.

11 bullet holes punctured windows, shattered their front door, and damaged merchandise and computers inside their office.

“These bullets were whizzing across where people normally sit during business hours,” said Danny Parker, known as Phantom.

A neighbor described the shooting around 9 p.m. on Monday as "sounding like a war zone."

“We think one person stood over here on the curb and kinda was shooting at an angle because these bullets go into the office area and across,” Parker said.

Parker said police collected two different types of casings and several bullets still lodged in the wall.

And minutes after the neighbor reported hearing the shooting, cameras caught someone prowling around the home of one of the shop's owners, known to fans as "Murder Nova."

With no motive or suspects, the Street Outlaws are left feeling targeted and on edge.

“No one in the racing community that we can think would want to put anyone's life in danger. It's obviously someone that's taken this to a personal level outside of racing,” he said.

They're offering a $5,000 for anyone with information that can lead to an arrest.

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