Manchester Police arrested three unidentified men Tuesday afternoon after a drive-by shooting at a residence on Oak Street. No injuries were reported.
According to police, at approximately 2:34 p.m. an unknown number of gun shots were fired at a residence at 243 Oak St. The suspect then fled in what witnesses later described as a tan Ford Escort.
Shortly thereafter, police said that an officer spotted a vehicle matching the description parked in the rear of a residence on Main Street near the intersection with Haynes Street. The residence, 358 Main St., is a multi-family dwelling with a tattoo parlor on the first floor.
Police set up a perimeter around the building and took three males inside the residence into custody without incident, according to Cpt. Christopher Davis of the Manchester Police Department. Davis said a handgun was also seized from the residence.
Several schools in the area were briefly locked down as a result, although Davis said he did not know which schools received the lockdown order, which was lifted about half an hour later.
Davis said the motive for the shooting is still being investigated, and that the identities of the suspects and their charges are expected to be released Tuesday evening.