Acting Commissioner of Police Errol Alexander has promised to release an official statement on the shooting attack on the Richfond Police Station in Dennery that occurred over one week ago. Speaking to HTS Newsforce, which broke the story on Friday, July 31, Alexander said he is concerned "very much so" on the drive-by shooting, but did not provide any additional details. "Well, I will make a statement in relation to that in due time, sometime next week (this week)," he told HTS. Asked by the HTS reporter if he is concerned about the shooting, Alexander said, "Very much so but I will make a statement sometime next (this) week." Reports are that an individual or individuals opened fire on the station, startling on-duty police officers. Members of the community also reported hearing the barrage of gunshots. There were no reports of injuries. Officers from the station have been reportedly reluctant to speak on the matter, as they were allegedly instructed not to do so until or if the commissioner releases an official statement on the matter. News of the attack on the police station have been so secretive that a number of police officers told St. Lucia News Online that they were only now being informed of the incident when our news team contacted them. Several others claimed that they were first informed on Friday night after watching the HTS report. An officer remarked that everyone is relieved that no one was injured in the attack.