The shots that were fired on Walnut Street early Easter Sunday afternoon were part of a gang-related incident, Livermore Police said.
Authorities told Patch writer Susan Schena on Monday they are searching for suspects in the shooting.
They said the shooting happened about 1:45 p.m. when four men walking along the street fired multiple shots at a passing vehicle. One bullet struck a parked car.
No one was injured.
The suspects were described as Hispanic adult males in their 20s, wearing black, silver and dark blue clothing, colors favored by the Surenos street gang.
The targeted vehicle was described as a metallic blue or purple Dodge Durango, with no details available on the car's occupants.
An update on this story will be featured in Tuesday's weekly police log on Livermore Patch.