STOCKTON (CBS SF) — Police say five people were injured and one man died in a gang-related shooting at a shopping plaza Saturday night where a vigil was held for victims of a previous shooting at that location.
Police were called to the Holiday Plaza near March Lane and Holiday Drive in Stockton around 8 p.m. Saturday and found five people with gunshot wounds — two women and three men — outside a business called Smog Station.READ MORE: Newsom: California To End Mask Mandate On June 15
All five victims were rushed to a hospital and two of the men were in critical condition, according to police. One of the victims, a 34-year-old man, reportedly died of his injuries, according to CBS Sacramento.
Police said Sunday they are looking for suspects but have not released any further information on the investigation.READ MORE: Suspects Arrested For Bloody Vandalism Of Derek Chauvin Defense Witness' Former Santa Rosa Home
The incident was the third shooting in the area in the past two weeks. On Wednesday, there was a fatal shooting at the shopping plaza. Police said Sunday that the Saturday-night shooting was gang-related and connected to Wednesday incident.Asian American Attacks: Parolee Arrested After Beating, Robbing Elderly Asian Woman Near San Francisco's Japantown
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