Greenville police were investigating a drive-by shooting that wounded two people Saturday afternoon.
Greenville police spokesman Johnathan Bragg said two people were injured when someone fired shots from one car into another not far from the Shemwood Crossing Apartments.
"One vehicle stopped at the stop sign, another vehicle had went around the vehicle and shot into the vehicle an unknown amount of times and struck two people inside," said Bragg.
He said the shooting happened about 1:05 p.m. along Potomac Avenue and Old Augusta Road. Bragg said several shots were fired from the car as it pulled alongside the victim's car before fleeing.
Police have not released the car or shooter's description. Bragg said police were going to the hospital to talk to the victims for more information. They believe this is an isolated incident, and the public is not in danger.
Anyone with information about the shooting can call Crime Stoppers at 864-23-CRIME.
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