It remains unclear what led to shots being fired at an Airbnb in Judkins Park early Sunday morning.

Seattle Police officers were dispatched to a shots-fired call in the 1100 block of 31st Ave. S. at 12:37 a.m. Oct. 13.

The caller reported hearing three shots, then disconnected, according to a police report, and then called back to say that around 20 people at the address had just dispersed. There had been a lot of yelling and crying, the report states.

Officers found two shell casings in the front yard leading up to the main door of the residence, before entering the home to search for possibly injured subjects.

The report states the lights were turned off, but officers could hear people hushing each other. After a command was issued, one man reportedly came to the front door.

All occupants were ordered outside, and no one was found to be injured.

The report states the Airbnb renters told officers they were not around when the shots were fired, nor were they sure who the eight people in the front yard were.