Two Shot While Standing on Front Porch

Two Shot While Standing on Front Porch

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Police say two people were shot while standing on a front porch on Preston Avenue. That's near Broad Street in Mobile.  It happened Sunday afternoon at 5:40pm.

The two victims told investigators they were standing on the porch of a residence when they heard shots from an older model gray car sitting in the parking lot of the old 100 Black Men School. Police say a female victim was struck in the head and a male victim was struck in the back. The vehicle was seen fleeing west on Arlington St. Both victims went to the hospital with non life-threatening injuries. If you know anything about this case, call Mobile Police.

 

Suspects

 #1- Black male, driver of vehicle

 #2- Black male, heavy set, low cut hair, dark skinned

 #3- Unknown subject sitting behind driver

 Suspect Vehicle

 Older model Oldsmobile or Cadillac, four door, gray in color, tinted windows, stock rims

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