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FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM ) --  Fayetteville police are investigating an  early Sunday (Jan. 21) morning shooting that took place on College Avenue.

Police said numerous shots were fired from a rifle outside the Silver Dollar Cabaret located at 2125 N. College Avenue.

The shooting happened at 1:30 a.m. Sunday (Jan. 21) at the club.

Police said no one is in custody at this time.

Sergeant Anthony Murphy with the Fayetteville Police Department said the suspect and employees at Silver Dollar got into an argument that led to the shooting.

Murphy could not say what that argument was about.

He said since this incident appears to have started after an argument between these groups of people, there is not threat to the public at this time.

A witness said a man in a mask came in and opened fire.

A man claiming to be an employee of the club, tells 5NEWS three men were trying to get in. One of them had a fake ID, so the bouncer would not let them in. The employee said they went to their car, and the shooter grabbed a gun and shot at least one car in the parking lot. At this time it's unclear whether the gunman got into the building.

A female employee of the club was possibly grazed by a ricocheted bullet, but is said to be OK, according to police.

Murphy said this investigation is ongoing.

Stay with 5 News for the latest information on this case.

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