What goes up, must come down. A strange bullet hole in the roof of a pickup truck in St. Louis is believed to have come from a gun fired into the air.
"I noticed it the day before the Fourth of July," said Andrew Hunter, the owner of the truck.
After looking inside, Hunter said he found the bullet under a back seat after making a clean hole through the roof.
He's not sure when or where it happened, but he thinks it likely happened when his truck was parked in front of his apartment in North St. Louis, where he says gunfire has become a regular sound.
"The Fourth of July, it picks up a little bit, but it's not rare anymore," Hunter says.
Back in May, a woman watching a baseball game at Busch Stadium was hit in the hand by what was believed to be a stray bullet.
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