New developments in the case of a shooting with connections to Colts Wide Receiver Marvin HarrisonPhiladelphia prosecutors say a gun owned by Harrison was used in an April shooting.  But, no charges are being filed at this point because police still can't determine who pulled the trigger.

Philadelphia District Attorney Lynn Abraham says they have conflicting stories from witnesses on who fired the shots.  The victim is suing Harrison, saying he was seriously hurt.

"I don't care one wit about civil cases I have no interest in civil cases whatsoever except insofar as if anybody is deposed in this case who was not giving evidence under oath because that can be introduced in a court of law at such time should there be such an occasion we'll review the case then and see whether or not we can proceed; if there is nothing there then there's nothing there," says Abraham.

Colts President Bill Polian says he's pleased no charges are being filed at this point.