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2 Men, 2 Teens Hurt in Seat Pleasant ‘Shootout': Police

The victims' relationship to one another was not immediately revealed. Police do not believe the victims were bystanders and that all were likely involved in some way

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Four people, including two minors, were injured in what police called a "shootout" Saturday in Prince George's County.

First responders were called just before 3 p.m. to the Addison Plaza Shopping Center in the 6300 block of Central Avenue, according to Seat Pleasant police.

Two men and two teenagers who were 14 or 15 years old had been shot, Deputy Chief DT Harris said.

At the scene, officers found a man suffering from a gunshot wound to his upper body. He was later taken to a hospital, Harris said.

Another victim, a man, was transported from Dix Street NE in D.C. to a hospital. It was unclear how he traveled to D.C. from the location of the shootout.

The two teens arrived at a hospital by private transport, police said.

All of the victims are in critical, but stable, condition and were expected to survive, police said.

The victims' relationship to one another was not immediately revealed. Harris said he did not believe the victims were bystanders and that all were likely involved in some way.

A gun was recovered on the scene, Harris said.

Prince George's County police were assisting in the investigation.

Stay with NBC Washington for more details on this developing story.

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