Four men and a young girl were hurt Monday evening when someone opened fire on a bus stop in Southeast D.C.
WASHINGTON — Four men and a child were hurt Monday evening when someone opened fire on a bus stop in Southeast D.C.
At 5:15 p.m., police report an African-American man, about six feet tall, with shoulder-length dreadlocks, was walking past a crowded bus stop at the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and Minnesota Avenue S.E. when he began shooting.
Four men were hit by bullets and a young girl was cut by broken glass.
Shooting at 17:17 hrs in the area of Pennsylvania Ave. SE/Minnesota Ave. SE. Lookout for B/M, 6’0″, shoulder length dreadlocks, gray shirt, blue pants last seen on foot towards Minnesota Ave SE. pic.twitter.com/02aAOnWyH1