2 People Possibly Shot in Belmont, Police Say

Police don't believe the shooting was a random act of violence

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Two people were apparently shot Monday night in Belmont, Massachusetts, sparking a police investigation into the matter, according to authorities in the town.

Police got two 911 calls reporting shots fired in a parking lot off Olmsted Drive around 5:20 p.m., according to a news release. Police found shell casings and a magazine at the scene, but they didn't find any victims or suspects, the news release said.

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Belmont police learned that two possible victims with gunshot wounds were being treated at local hospitals, the release continued.

The incident was not believed to be a random act of violence, the department's release said.

An investigation remained underway, and Belmont police asked the public to reach out if they have any information.

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