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Early Morning Shooting Injures 2 in Little Rock
Update (10:45 a.m.)
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Police have released more information about an early morning shooting that left two people injured.
The victims have been identified as Matt Gillum, 26, of Little Rock and Maurice Pinkey, 27, of North Little Rock.
Officers called to 1316 Main St. just after 3 a.m. found Pinkey lying on the ground while a witness applied pressure to a gunshot wound to his shoulder. Pinkey told police he got shot in the alleyway behind 1222 Main and that the man who shot him ran through a parking lot across the street and got into a vehicle.
When police went into the alleyway, they found Gillum, who they say had suffered several gunshot wounds to the chest.
The condition of either victim is unknown.
Police are looking for two suspects.
One witness told officers the suspect continued to fire shots as he was running away. Another witness told police the second suspect showed them a handgun and said "I'm tired of them picking on me," before the shooting.
A bullet hole was found in the windshield of an unoccupied 1997 Honda Civic in the parking lot.
The suspect left in a green 2010 Cadillac CTS sedan, according to the incident report.
Original story (4:00 a.m.):
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Little Rock Police are investigating an early morning shooting incident.
It happened around 3 a.m. Thursday on Main St. near Midtown Billiards and Community Bakery.
We are told at least two people suffered gunshot wounds.
There's no word yet on the condition of either person.
Police are looking for a suspect.