BALTIMORE - Seven people were shot in Baltimore overnight.
Detectives are investigating the cases, but here is what Baltimore Police have told ABC2 so far:
N. Stricker Street shooting
A 29-year-old man was shot while sitting in a vehicle in the unit block of N. Stricker Street when he was shot by an unknown individual. The victim was hit on the left side of his body and taken to an area hospital. If you have information about this crime call 410-396-2477
Vickers Road shooting
An unknown person drove up to and shot two people in the 3200 block of Vickers Road Wednesday night. The first victim, a 24-year-old woman, was hit in the stomach. Police did not say where the 2nd victim, a 28-year-old man) was hit, but said he ran from the scene and later walked into a local hospital. There is no known suspect at the time. Call 410-396-2466 if you have any information about this crime.
Norland Road shooting
A 4th person was shot in the right shoulder on Wednesday night as they stood in the 2600 block of Norland Road. This 19-year-old victim ran from the scene to the 2100 block of Patapsco Avenue, and was then taken to an area hospital by a medic. Call 410-396-2499 with any information on this crime.
E. Madison Street shooting
A 20-year-old man was shot multiple times while in the 1100 block of E. Madison Street. Police do not have a suspect (s) motive or description right now. Call 410-396-2433 to give detectives any information you have.
Loyola Southway shooting
A 20-year-old man was shot in the left foot, and a 19-year-old man was shot in chest while they were in the 2500 block of Loyola Southway. The first victim was transported to an area hospital, and the 2nd ran to the hospital from the scene. Call 410-396-2455 with any information on this crime.
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