COLERAIN TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- Police released new details Friday surrounding the gender reveal party shooting that left one woman dead and injured eight others.
The suspects did not force entry when they came in through the front door of the home around 11:21 p.m. Saturday, according to an incident report.
They fired 14 rounds into the home, killing 22-year-old Autum Garrett and injuring five adults and three children, ages 2, 6 and 8. A woman said she lost her unborn child, but police haven't confirmed that. A dog was also injured from gunfire.
The suspects did not say anything, the report said, and they did not demand any property. They fled on foot following the shooting.
Police have not yet released suspect descriptions or information regarding a motive.
The incident report also revealed police found the “homeowner’s gun” in the front yard of the home. Police Chief Mark Denney told WCPO the gun was not loaded and there was no shootout.
Witnesses gave "multiple descriptions" of the shooters, and dispatchers had trouble getting information from 911 callers.
Nine Colerain police officers responded to the scene.
A $10,000 reward has been offered in the case. Police ask anyone with information about the shootings to call (513) 321-COPS or Crime Stoppers at (513) 352-3040. Tipsters can remain anonymous.