Two Shot in Mooretown Neighborhood

Shreveport Police are now investigating an overnight shooting that left two people injured. It happened around 2:30 a.m., in the 6300 block of Tinker Street. According to police, family members had a gathering in the front yard; that’s when a vehicle pulled up firing multiple shots toward them.

Two men were struck by bullets as a result of this drive-by shooting. One male suffered a gunshot wound to his ankle and arm, another male was grazed by a bullet on his chest.

Police say the suspects were described as two black males driving a gray-colored Jeep. Officers are working tirelessly to find out who these two shooters are. If you have any information on this shooting, please contact police at (318) 673-7373.

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