This just in: Police are investigating gunfire at multiple locations across South Berkeley on Wednesday afternoon.
Police believe there may have been "a roving gun battle" in the neighborhood just after 4:30 p.m., according to preliminary information.
No victims have been located but police found numerous shooting scenes.
Here's what we know.
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We also wrote about a homeless man who robbed a downtown Berkeley bank and tried to escape on BART this week — who has a long history of bank robbery convictions, according to police and court records.
And we've updated our story (again) about Tuesday's shooting, where a conflict between vehicle occupants and a pedestrian in a Berkeley crosswalk led to what police are calling a road-rage shooting Tuesday night.
Police say a driver, in a red Nissan Versa, failed to stop for the pedestrian who then kicked the car.
Don't miss the latest details.
Now we're running out to a tour of the Berkeley Police Department with some interested community members, assuming tonight's "roving gun battle" hasn't resulted in cancellation.
Stay safe out there!