CHICAGO (WBBM NEWSRADIO) -- The Chicago home of Jeff Tweedy, the musician who founded Wilco, was shot up by someone in the middle of the night while the family was at home.
Chicago police said 52-year-old Jeff Tweedy reported the crime to authorities, and said he and his wife heard several loud shots at about 2 a.m. Tuesday when they were inside their home on the Northwest Side.
Later, they found a glass storm door had been damaged by at least one gunshot.
Police said no one was injured, and no one is in custody.
Tweedy's son Spencer confirmed to WBBM that no one was injured.
He said the family does not believe they were targeted.
In a Facebook post, Jeff Tweedy's wife Susan called the incident "terrifying."