Just before 10 p.m. on Sunday, Transit Police got a call for a report of shots fired at the MBTA’s Aquarium Station following a scuffle aboard an inbound Blue Line train that originated in East Boston..
Once police arrived they spoke to several witnesses who told officers there was an argument onboard the inbound Blue Line train that involved several juvenile males.
The disturbance turned physical and continued onto the platform at Aquarium station.
Police said at some point as the juvenile males were proceeding out of the station at least two shots were fired from an unknown caliber handgun.
Luckily no one was struck.
The shooting closed the station through Monday morning so police could thoroughly process the scene for evidence.
Police said this is an active and ongoing investigation being handled by Transit Police detectives and no further information will be released at this time.
“We are extremely grateful no one was injured during tonight’s incident and all available resources will be deployed to identify, locate and apprehend the person/s responsible for such reckless and criminal conduct,” said Transit Police Superintendent Ricgard Sullivan.