Car linked to shooting crashes into nearby chicken wings restaurant, Oakland police say

A car slammed into a restaurant in Oakland on Tuesday morning, and police said the crash was tied to an earlier shooting. 

Officers responded to the 1600 block of 64th Avenue at around 10:45 a.m., in response to a ShotSpotter activation. 

"Upon arrival, officers detained multiple individuals and recovered two firearms," police said in a statement to KTVU.

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Investigators did not say if anyone was injured in the shooting. 

But they did say that the incident was tied to a crash a short distance away at 65th Avenue and International Boulevard, where a vehicle plowed into the WINGZ 6IX5IVE chicken wings restaurant. 

There were no reports of injuries from the crash. 

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Video showed the car, an Audi sedan, had been hit by bullets in the rear window.

Oakland police said the case had been handed over to the Oakland Housing Authority (OHA). 

KTVU reached out to the OHA but did not immediately receive a response to our inquiry about the investigation.