Columbia police: 3 men injured in Five Points shooting

Columbia police: 3 men injured in Five Points shooting. (WACH/Kristen Schneider)

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WACH) - An early Sunday morning shooting in Five Points has left three men injured, according to Columbia police.

According to Columbia Police Department Chief Skip Holbrook, the shooting happened at the intersection of Harden and Greene streets at 1:58 a.m.

CPD officers on foot patrol responded to gunshots. They located two victims in the 2000 block of Greene Street and rendered aid until EMS arrived. A third victim was located at the intersection of Greene and Pavillion streets.

All the victims are in their 20s and not from the Columbia area. EMS has transported them to the hospital and their conditions are unknown at this time.

Holbrook said investigators will continue to search the scene and collect evidence.

They are also looking at footage from surveillance cameras in the area.

CPD also released pictures of persons of interest in connection to the shooting.

Stay with WACH Fox for the latest.

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