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4 People, Including Minor, Hurt in DC Shootings: Police

Authorities were looking for three suspects last seen fleeing in a gold Honda Accord.

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Two men and a minor of unknown age were shot Saturday in Northeast D.C., and a woman was shot in a separate shooting in Southeast D.C., authorities said.

D.C. police and D.C. Fire and EMS were called to the 3700 block of Jay Street NE at about 6 p.m. for the report of a shooting, police said.

The victims were all transported to hospitals with gunshot wounds that appear to be non-life-threatening, police said.

Authorities were looking for three suspects last seen fleeing.

Police described the suspect vehicle on Sunday as possibly a Volkswagen Jetta and shared a photo captured by a surveillance camera.

No more information about what led to the shooting was immediately provided.

First responders were called around 30 minutes later to the 4700 block of Alabama Avenue SE in the Benning Ridge neighborhood for the report of another shooting, police said.

A woman who had been shot in the arm was walked into an area hospital, according to authorities.

Police are looking for a gold Honda Accord with dark tint in that shooting, but did not say whether it was the same suspect vehicle wanted in the Northeast D.C. shooting.

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