STOCKTON (CBS13) – Two men parked in separate vehicles were hit by stray bullets after a gunman opened fire on a separate group of people, the Stockton Police Department said on Sunday.
The victims, ages 63 and 52, were described by police as having non-life-threatening gunshot wounds.READ MORE: Two Men Arrested For Allegedly Breaking Into Woodland Skate Shop And Stealing Scooters
Authorities only described the suspect as a Black man approximately 20 years old.
The suspect fired shots at a group of men just after 11 p.m. on Saturday night along W. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, resulting in the two unintended targets being hit.READ MORE: Dixie Fire Surpasses 200,000 Acres; Containment Up To 23%
No other injuries were reported in the shooting.
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Anyone who may have been a witness to the shooting is encouraged to contact the Stockton Police Department.