Boston Police Department

Several weekend shootings reported across Boston's neighborhoods

Police have not announced any arrests in the cases

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There were at least five incidents over the weekend where shots were fired in Boston, launching a series of investigations by police in the city.

No one died in any of the incidents.

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On Sunday at around 10 p.m., police found a number of shell casings on Brookway Road in Roslindale. A person went to a hospital with injuries that were non-life-threatening.

That was just about an hour after Boston police were in the area of Shawmut and Lenox Avenues — right near Ramsay Park. Officers said one person was shot there. The victim was taken to a hospital, so they could be treated for injuries that weren't considered life-threatening.

On Saturday, police investigated two shootings that were around 30 minutes apart.

One was in Roxbury, and the other was in Dorchester. The two people shot were both expected to survive. It's unclear if those two cases are connected.

In addition to that, shots were fired inside Harambee Park in Dorchester on Saturday night.

Police have not announced any arrests.

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