UPDATED: 02/26/17, 5:07PM

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – An unknown suspect fired multiple shots from a vehicle at the Dallas police South Central Patrol Substation early Sunday morning, authorities say.

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Police say the shooting at the station, located on Camp Wisdom Road, happened at around 5:20 a.m.

There were no injuries to officers in and around the building.

Police say a perimeter officer parked outside the building observed muzzle flashes but could not see the suspect vehicle.

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In a press conference Saturday afternoon, police say nine shots were fired and three of those shots hit the building.

The building suffered property damage, such as bullet holes through glass.

Bullet hole at Dallas South Central Patrol Substation. (CBS11)

Bullet hole at Dallas South Central Patrol Substation. (CBS11)

Police are investigating the offense as an aggravated assault on a public servant.

Police say two suspects are involved in the shooting but no descriptions of the suspects are currently available.

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The suspects were seen fleeing in a dark two-door vehicle, possibly a sports car, heading eastbound on Camp Wisdom Road.