RALEIGH (WTVD) --Authorities in Raleigh are investigating two shootings after police officers found two people with gunshot wounds at one location and a car damaged by bullets just a couple miles away in north Raleigh Tuesday evening.
Raleigh police Lt. Eddie Woodard said officers responded to a shots-fired call about 8:30 p.m. and found the two gunshot victims outside Center Point Apartments at 416 Hensley Drive.
The victims, who have not been identified, were taken to WakeMed with non-life-threatening injuries. Police did not clarify whether there were additional people involved in the incident, though they did say it was "an isolated incident" and that the public was not endangered.
About two miles away at Office Center Drive and Six Forks Road, police found a car with bullet holes on both sides of the vehicle at an office parking lot.
Authorities said the car belonged to the victims found outside the apartment complex.
No word yet on suspects, or other details.
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