Published: 00:00, 21 June 2016
Police carried out a fingertip search of the road outside the Limes gay bar in Canterbury after one of its windows was reportedly shot out on Sunday night.
Officers were seen scouring the Rosemary Lane tarmac on Monday evening for evidence of how the window came to be damaged.
They kept the 100yd road shut all day Monday, but insist they have an open mind as to how the window was broken and what the reason for the damage was.
But witnesses and bar users have reported on social media that the window was shot out.
Kent Police has yet to confirm this and said on Monday that no weapons were seen.
Spokesman Sally Smith said: "No injuries were reported and the investigation into the incident continues.
"A window was broken and the cause of the damage remains under investigation. No weapons were reported to have been seen."
Officers were called to a disturbance at the Limes Lounge bar at 9.50pm after a group of people were asked to leave.
At 4am, an 18-year-old man from Dover and a 17-year-old girl from Hythe were arrested in Folkestone Road, Dover, and have been released on bail.
People have reported seeing armed police in the road, but a spokesman has not confirmed if firearms officers were called to help with the arrests.
Barber Jason Mannouch works at Steven James Hairdressing in Castle Street.
He said: "The police weren't saying much about what happened, but they had been at either end of the road stopping people going in to the car park."
Rosemary Lane is a Canterbury City Council-run car park and is among those in the city earmarked for development.