FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT)- Fort Wayne Police are investigating an early morning shooting downtown that left two people hurt.
Just before 3:00 a.m. Saturday, police were called to the area of Harrison and Pearl Street for a report of shots fired. Officers were able to find a suspect who had shot a gun into the air. That suspect was taken into custody.
Witnesses told officers they heard more gunshots coming from the 600 block of south Calhoun Street. A short time later, they got a call that two male victims had arrived at a local hospital with gunshot wounds. They were taken there by a private vehicle.
One victim was listed in critical condition, and the other is in fair condition. Witnesses said multiple vehicles left the scene, but at this time, police are trying to determine if any of those vehicles are related to the incident. Detectives do not believe the suspect who fired shots into the air is related to the incident on Calhoun.
Multiple shell casings were found at the scene on Calhoun, and police also discovered at least three windows of the Rousseau Center were damaged.
Detectives are working to find more witnesses. If you know anything about this shooting, you're urged to contact police at 427-1222, or Crime Stoppers at 436-STOP.
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