RICHMOND (CBS SF) – Four people were shot within 90 minutes in three separate shootings in Richmond late Sunday night, according to police.

The first of the shootings were reported at 10 p.m. in the 2400 block of Esmond Avenue, the second a short time later at 10:36 p.m. near the intersection of First Street and Nevin Avenue and the third in the 4600 block of Portreo Avenue around 11:30 p.m., Lt. Matt Stonebraker said.

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“Each shooting was in three different parts of the city, and they don’t appear to be related,” said Stonebraker.

All four victims were transported to hospitals, according to Stonebraker, who didn’t have an update on their conditions Monday morning.

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“There was not a gun battle that I’m aware of. It does appear that there was one shooter in each one of these shootings,” Stonebraker said.

Police say there is no threat to the public and all three shootings appear to be unrelated to each other. Police are investigating all of the shootings and no suspects are in custody.

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