Manchester police say two men and two women in their 20's were shot at 4:50 p.m. on Saturday, and the shooters have not yet been found.
Police say a gathering near Ahern Street and O'Malley Street was disrupted when two reported hooded males approached the gathering, with at least one of the two firing at the group. After the shooting, the two hooded males were seen fleeing the gathering, according to officials.
The four victims were taken to a local hospital, and officials said they're all expected to survive.
Manchester police said they are still searching for the two shooters, but as of now, police believe the incident was not random. Anyone with information is urged to contact investigators.
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"The community should be concerned," said Lt. Mathew Barter of Manchester police. "That's why we need the community involved. The community needs to take a stance. This cannot happen here. The police aren't going to let it happen here... we are concerned that it happened and will do everything we can to bring [these] perpetrators to justice."
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