By Elisabeth Smith

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The California Highway Patrol is investigating after a reported shooting on Interstate 80 in Sacramento Thursday evening.

CHP said there were reports of shots fired on eastbound I-80 near Norwood Avenue around 6:25 p.m. Responding officers closed the freeway at Norwood Ave. and found evidence of a shooting, but never located a victim or a suspect.

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The freeway was closed for about a half-hour due to the investigation.

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This shooting comes after several freeway shooting incidents in the Sacramento area over the past few months. In November, two separate shootings were reported along Interstate 5 in Natomas. A couple of weeks earlier, two other freeway shootings were reported on I-80, one missing a mother and her child, the other hitting a driver twice.

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CHP did not release any more information about Thursday’s shooting.