RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — Tactical officers responded to a home near downtown Rapid City after someone fired a gun from a car into a first-floor bedroom.

Police say no one was hurt in Tuesday’s shooting near Rapid City High School. A rifle was found inside a vehicle nearby and there was a bullet hole through one of its windows. Investigators are working to determine who fired the shot.

About a dozen people in the area, many of them teens, were detained by police. One teen was arrested in relation to a stolen vehicle found at the scene while two adults were arrested for unrelated warrants.

Police spokesman Brendyn Medina says the rifle was likely fired by one of the teens.