DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) — Six men were wounded in four drive-by shootings in Durham during a seven-hour period Monday, police said.
The most recent shooting happened around 11:30 p.m. in the area of Lynn Road and Nantucket Avenue, police said. A man was shot in the arm and suffered non-life threatening injuries. The only suspect information that police have is that the vehicle involved was black.
A little more than two hours earlier, around 9:10 p.m., a shooting occurred at 203 W. Enterprise St., according to Durham police.
In that shooting, two men were outside and a dark sedan drove near them. Two to three people inside the car began shooting at the two men, police said.
The two victims suffered non-life threatening injuries. They were taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.
Just 90 minutes earlier at 7:40 p.m. one man was shot in a similar case. The man was at 3606 Danube Lane when he was walking through the apartment complex parking lot police said.
A four-door blue hatchback drove by and two to three gunmen began shooting at the victim, according to police.
The man did not suffer life-threatening injuries. He was also taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.
The first shooting was reported just after 4:45 p.m. along Shirley Street near Crest Street, according to Durham police.
In that case, two men were standing on the corner and a white Mazda drove by. People inside the car fired at the two men, police said.
The two men who were wounded by gunfire did not suffer life-threatening injuries.
They were both taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.
No suspect information was available for any of the Monday shootings, police said.
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