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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Miami-Dade Police are looking for whoever is responsible for three violent attacks on homes in Northwest Miami-Dade Wednesday morning–the weapons of choice: guns, Molotov cocktails and fire.

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Shortly after 6 a.m., a call was made to 911 to report gunfire aimed at a residence at 1121 NW 141st Street. When police arrived they found several bullet holes in the home. The residents told the officers that the shots came from vehicle which drove by. In addition to the gunfire, a Molotov Cocktail was also lobbed at the home. Police did not see any signs of fire damage. No one inside the home was hurt.

The father and husband in the first home hit, who only wants to be identified as Michael, described the moment he realized his home was under attack with heavy firepower.

Shell casings littered the street. He says he heard as many as 70 shots.

“Go under the bed as me and my wife had trained them. (I told them) Don’t move and daddy and mommy are fine,” Michael told CBS4’s Natalia Zea.

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The attacker also threw three Molotov cocktail bombs at the home…two blew up. One remained intact in the front yard.

Shortly after this incident police received a second 911 call about shots fired at a residence located at 1415 NE 147 Street. Like the earlier call, the residence had bullet holes and it appears that a Molotov Cocktail was thrown at this home too.

Police confirm this was a case of arson, but say the home is abandoned. They have not said whether Molotov cocktails were thrown at this house.

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After police checked out the second shooting, a call came in to 911 to report a fire at 1160 N.W. 141 Street, Ellna Pitot’s home. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue dispatched a unit which put it out. It’s now being investigated by arson detectives to determine if the residential fire was related to the previous incidents.

“I’m very scared,” Pitot told Zea.

Pitot’s adult daughter was asleep in this bed when bullets came flying through the room, sending glass flying.

“I want to move! If the bullet passed my daughter die,” she said.

Pitot said she has no idea why someone would target her home.

Michael says his family only moved into their home about a month ago and thinks these bombs and bullets were meant for someone else.

“They got the wrong house and the wrong people.”

A property appraiser search shows the three homes are not owned by the same person.

Despite the similarities in these three crimes within an hour of each other, police are not confirming they are connected.

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If you know something that can help them call Miami-Dade Crimestoppers at 305-471-TIPS.