MOUNTAIN VIEW (BCN) — Police were asking for help locating more witnesses to a shooting that wounded two teens Friday in Mountain View, police said Monday.

Officers responded at about 8:30 p.m. to El Camino Real near Castro Street after people reported gunshots. Officers did not locate any victims, but a few minutes later learned that two wounded boys showed up at a hospital, according to police.

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One had several gunshots to his upper body and the other also had a wound in the upper body, police said. Both have since been released from the hospital.

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Police believe the suspect drove up next to the victims’ vehicle and opened fire before speeding away. The victims told police that the suspect’s vehicle was a black, 4-door SUV, police said. It was last seen speeding east on El Camino Real, according to police.

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Anyone who can help locate the suspect’s vehicle and/or the suspect is asked to email Detective Dan Garcia at dan.garcia@mountainview.gov.