Police in Greensboro are investigating a reported shooting that may involve multiple victims.
GREENSBORO, N.C.-- Police in Greensboro are investigating a shooting that involves multiple victims.
Two men are dead. Two more suffered non-life threatening wounds and are in stable condition.
The victims' names are Marquise Deswan Alexander, 27, and Daquis Eugene Williams, 18, both of Greensboro.
The remaining two victims, Kelvin Demetrius Williams, 24, and Tirrod Derell Marsh, 27, both of Greensboro, have non-life threatening injuries and are in stable condition.
Police responded to the shooting around 4:31 p.m. Monday and found four men, who had been shot, in the parking lot area of the Arbors Townhomes complex. The complex is located in the 4000 block of Hewitt Street.
Police have not said what led to the shooting. The department is currently searching for one suspect in the case, who has not been identified yet.
Captain Mike Richey said the department is not sure if the shooting was gang-related, but isn't ruling it out. Richey also said GPD believes the shooting was not random.
Neighbors in the area were weary about talking on camera because whoever is responsible has not been arrested. Some did tell WFMY News 2 that it's common to hear sirens in the area.
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