Shots were fired while Indonesian authorities were conducting a drug raid in North Jakarta last Wednesday, but no casualties were reported.
Yuanita Amelia Sari, the head of the North Jakarta National Narcotics Agency, said the gunfire sounded like a rifle being fired, The Jakarta Post reported. Officers from the agency then fired a warning shot to disperse the crowd.
Sari added that the raid at Kampung Bahari in Tanjung Priok triggered the shooting. The agency also called the North Jakarta Police for help and 110 officers rushed to the scene.
Sharp weapons, tools and drugs such as marijuana and methamphetamine were seized during the raid. Twelve people were arrested with two testing positive for drug use after a urine test.
Police said the person in possession of drugs had not been identified.