Two bullets struck a SEPTA bus en route in West Philadelphia early this morning, and medics treated a passenger who reported to be struck by shattering glass.

SEPTA spokeswoman Heather Redfern said it was not clear if the bus was the intended target when the bullets hit the G route bus about 12:45 a.m.

Redfern said police informed SEPTA other vehicles in the area were also hit by bullets.

The bus was struck at about 56th and Market Streets and came to a stop at 56th and Vine.

The passenger did not require hospitalization.

Southwest Detectives say a parked vehicle was also struck, but no one was in it.

Police, who have no suspects, say they are not are not sure of the intended target of the gunman. They are hoping surveillance video in the area may have captured the incident.

Check back for details as they unfold.