Dallas, TX – Local authorities are investigating multiple overnight shooting incidents that took place in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
According to the North Texas police departments, there have been at least three shooting in the night between Tuesday and Wednesday.
The first shooting incident was fatal for one victim who was found at the scene with multiple apparent gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene 4100 Metropolitan Avenue.
Dallas Police Department officials confirmed that one male victim was shot. They don’t have a suspect in this case.
The second shooting incident took place at 8200 Park Lane when a male victim was shot by three male suspects and one female suspect during a robbery in front of a business.
The victim in this case died as a result of the injuries. Police were able to locate and arrest the female victim and she was questioned by the police.
The three male suspect in the shooting incident are still on the large.
Police said officers also responded to a shooting at Alta Mesa and Forest Parkway.
According to Dallas police, an adult male was found shot inside a vehicle. He was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead. No suspects are in custody at this time.
The investigations into all three of the overnight shootings in Dallas are still ongoing, police said.
In Fort Worth, there have been two shooting incidents reported.
According to the Fort Worth PD, the first shooting incident took place at 4816 East Berry Street, the Prince Hall Apartments, where they found one victim suffering gunshot wounds in critical condition.
Authorities reopened around 1 a.m. and the victim was transferred to hospital in critical condition. His condition at this point remains unknown. Police don’t have suspects in this incident.
The second shooting incident took place in the 4200 block of South Hughes at approximately 12:50 a.m. When officers arrived at the scene, they didn’t locate any victims, but found damaged vehicle and damaged residence.
No suspects have been identified in the case too.
Once more details about the cases are available, we will update each of them.