NORTHERN LIBERTIES (WPVI) --The search continues for the gunman who opened fire on the parking lot outside Delilah's Gentleman's Club in the Northern Liberties section of Philadelphia.
It was just before 6 p.m. Monday when a woman was walking from the club to her pickup truck, when two bullets hit the vehicle.
The woman narrowly escaped getting hit, ran back into the club and called 911.
At this point, investigators still don't know if that woman was being targeted.
"It looked like she was getting ready to enter the car. And again, we're looking at video to double check how proximal anybody was, whether it's somebody that had nothing to do with it, or maybe they did have something to do with it," Philadelphia Police Capt. Sekou Kinebrew said. "That's one of the things were looking at. How close anyone was to the incident."
At first, authorities believed the shots came from an unfinished apartment building across the street.
As SWAT teams scoured the structure, State Police shut down part of nearby I-95 during rush hour Monday as a precaution.
In the end, nothing was found.
And now, investigators say they're not even sure if those shots came from that building at all.
Meanwhile, people who live and work in the neighborhood say, generally, they feel very safe here.
"It's been up-and-coming for a while, and it's definitely still on the rise. It's probably the worst thing that's happened since I been working here for five years," said Steve Marcinkus of Northern Liberties.
"It's just really scary to think that you could be walking somewhere that you're usually feeling safe, and for something random happening like that, it's really scary," said Tara Ragsdale of Northern Liberties.
Investigators were on the scene again Tuesday, as officials back at Central Detectives pour through surveillance video from the area for any possible clues.
"We are working on this and we're trying to get to the bottom of what happened, who did it and bring that person in," said Capt. Kinebrew.
Several people in the area reported hearing two or three shots fired, but no one has come forward saying they saw the person responsible.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Central Detectives.