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Shots fired into a building in downtown LA

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Police are reporting that shots were fired in to building near 600 South Olive St. in downtown L.A. around 2:40 p.m. on Thursday, according to LAPD Officer Wendy Reyes.

Officials are looking for any possible victims as well as a suspect. Reyes says the shots may have been fired from another building.

Andrew Blankstein of the L.A. Times tweeted that the business hit was located at 631 Olive and that the shots may have come from an air-rifle from a building at 629 S. Hill or from atop the L.A. Athletic Club. 

According to KCAL, Hill Street was closed southbound between 6th and 7th Street as the LAPD investigated.

The closure was later lifted by the LAPD, according to police department spokeswoman Tenesha Dobine. Information on the shooter could not be disclosed, although there appears to have been no victims.

This story has been updated.

Lisa Brenner can be reached via Twitter @lisa_brenner