Update: school transportation van with 3 students on board not shot at in Cleveland, but window shatters

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Cleveland Police said investigators did not find physical evidence of a shooting after they processed a school transportation van that appeared to have been hit by an object, shattering its rear window with students inside.

It was originally thought that the back window of a school transportation mini-van with three students on board was shot at Tuesday morning.

No one was injured. The students were reportedly being taken to Cleveland School of the Arts at the time.

The shooting happened as the van was traveling on Colombia Avenue near East 105th Street. The students on board ranged in age from 12 to 14.

Two of the students at the scene tell Fox 8's Stacey Frey that they walked out their front doors and got on the bus.

About three houses down the street, they say they saw a male wearing a hoodie, and then heard what sounded like gunshots.

Police say the suspect is described as a tall black male, who was wearing dark clothing.

No further details are available.

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