Authorities are trying to a locate a man who allegedly fired shots Wednesday night outside of a Leavenworth apartment, a police spokesman said.

Authorities are trying to a locate a man who allegedly fired shots Wednesday night outside of a Leavenworth apartment, a police spokesman said.

No injuries were reported. The incident was reported shortly before 11 p.m. Wednesday in the 2900 block of Ralph Bunche Drive.

Police received an initial report of someone hearing shots fired in the area. Police believe the suspect left after allegedly firing five or six shots. But he returned a short time later and allegedly fired another five or six shots, according to Maj. Dan Nicodemus, deputy chief of the Leavenworth Police Department.

The second time, police received a call from a 24-year-old woman who was inside an apartment in that area. She reported that she was being shot at.

Nicodemus said he didn't know if any of the shots struck the woman's apartment. He said it's possible at least some of the shots were fired into the air.

He said the victim provided information about the suspect's identity. Apparently the two had been arguing prior to the incident.

Nicodemus said the suspect does not live at the apartment.

The deputy chief said the suspect apparently drove away before police arrived. Police put out a description of the vehicle.

A Lansing police officer attempted to intercept a vehicle matching the description in the area of Stranger Road and Kansas 5 Highway. The suspect did not stop, according to Sgt. Michael Dickason of the Lansing Police Department.

"We followed them a considerable distance," Dickason said.

He said the suspect's vehicle allegedly reached a speed of 90 mph.

The pursuit was discontinued in the area of K-5 and I-435.

Dickason said Lansing police were able to pass on license plate information.

Nicodemus said the Kansas City, Kan., Police Department also was notified.

"At this point, we're just looking for the suspect," Nicodemus said.