CENTENNIAL, Colo. (KDVR) – Shots were fired at a house after a juvenile party late Saturday night and now investigators are searching for those responsible.

At approximately 10:20 p.m on Saturday, deputies with the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office were called to the scene of a party on the 19700 block of East Stanford Drive, where gunfire had been reported.

When deputies arrived, they discovered multiple holes that appeared to be caused by bullets as well as shell casings at the residence where the party took place. Bullet holes were also found at a nearby home, as well as on a vehicle.

Police said parents were present at the party when a group of young males arrived with alcohol.

According to ACSO, the adults “shut it down,” and as they were leaving, one of them was caught on video with a gun firing shots at the home.

The residents spoke with FOX31 and Channel 2 off camera. They asked us to not film their home for fear of retaliation.

They told us they were at home and were monitoring the party. The dad told us some people they didn’t know showed up. He said they decided to shut down the party then minutes later, the suspect started shooting. He told us they don’t know why the suspect started shooting but are thankful everyone is safe.

“We heard gunshots and the next thing you know there were police everywhere,” one neighbor who heard the gunshots said. “There were quite a few kids out on the street.”

The suspect is believed to be a Hispanic boy, approximately 5 feet, 9 inches tall with short brown or black hair.

“We thought it was fireworks,” the neighbor said. “What I understand is some kid was trying to join the party then they kicked him out and they started firing.”

The alleged shooter got into a black Volkswagen Golf with others and left the scene.

ACSO said that there were no injuries.

This investigation is ongoing as officials continue to search for those responsible for this shooting. If you have any information that could aid ACSO in this case, please contact 303-795-4711.