A shooting at the corner of Elm and Howe streets next to Alpha Delta Pizza sent New Haven Police rushing to the scene early Saturday morning.

At least five shots were fired around 2:35 a.m., said NHPD Lt. Ray Hassett, the commanding officer at the crime scene. There were no reported injuries related to the shooting as of 3 a.m., Hassett said, adding that the NHPD would not be able to provide more details until the incident has been investigated further.

Hassett said that six squad cars arrived at the scene within minutes and police cordoned off part of Howe Street to search for evidence and confirm witness reports. They eventually found five separate shell casings.

Customers inside Alpha Delta Pizza said they did not hear any gunshots, though they said that the restaurant was noisy.

Howe and Elm streets include many undergraduate off-campus houses, popular late-night eateries and is two blocks away from Davenport College.

This incident marks the fifth shooting near Yale’s campus since students returned from Spring Break.