STAMFORD — Stamford police officers are trying to determine the identity of a gunman who fired shots at a moving SUV in the city on Monday morning, police said.

At 10:20 a.m., a woman driving a white SUV was fired upon as she was pulling into a condominium complex on Riverside Avenue, Lt. Thomas Scanlon said.

The bullets blew out the right rear passenger window of the SUV and put a hole through the windshield, Scanlon said.

Several bullets struck the car, he said, and several more hit the residential complex that the SUV was entering, but no one was injured in the shooting, Scanlon said.

Scanlan said investigators were trying to determine a motive. Police did not have a description of the gunman.

“It’s too early to tell,” he said as he was leaving the scene, which is just north of Scalzi Park.

It appeared, based on where the officers found multiple shell casings, that the gunman fired the shots from just across the street on Woodmere Road, police said.

The morning incident was the latest of many shootings that have occurred in Stamford this spring and summer.

On March 28 Stamford jewelry story owner Mark Vuono was shot and killed during a robbery at his store, police said. Three New York men have been charged in the crime, and face arraignment in federal court in Bridgeport Thursday.

On the night of April 19 emergency dispatchers received multiple calls of shots fired in the area of Colonial Road near Hope Street. While officers were responding they received a report of a gunshot victim at a home on nearby Pine Hill Avenue.

There, police found a 20-year-old man suffering from multiple gunshot wounds to his pelvic area, police said. He was rushed to Stamford Hospital where he was later pronounced in stable condition.

A month later, on the night of May 24, police received multiple calls reporting shots being fired at Lockwood Avenue and William Street.

Police determined shots were fired from at least one car. Another shooter might have been on foot or in another car, police said. No one was reported injured in the gunfire.

But on the next night, May 25, a man was shot in the leg at an incident on Connecticut Avenue. Police found about 20 shell casings from multiple semiautomatic pistols at the end of Connecticut Avenue near the border with Greenwich.

Also that week, police arrested a Stamford man, who they said shot a semiautomatic pistol at passing cars on Interstate 95. No one was hurt in that incident. The man reportedly was high on PCP at the time.

And on May 31 the shooting spate in the city continued when a Bridgeport man was shot at the Southwood Square Apartments. Police were called to the emergency room at Stamford Hospital on the report of a shooting victim being brought there by a private vehicle. The gunman remained at large.

Also at the end of May, a Stamford man was held in the West Side shooting death of Staci Magazzi, 50, believed to be of Bridgeport.