LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Little Rock police say six victims, all of them juveniles, were injured during a shooting near a motorcycle club just after midnight on Christmas.
Sgt. Cassandra Davis with the Little Rock Police Department said officers arrived at the Real Rock Ryders on Wright Avenue to find several people running away from the business screaming.
Police found two teens injured at the scene, one was shot in the finger and another was shot in the head-that teen was still awake a talking when officers found her. The two were taken to UAMS for treatment.
A third victim was found lying on the ground at the intersection of Wright Ave. and Dennison St., said police; he was bleeding from the lower, right leg and told them he had been shot at the aforementioned club. He was treated and released at the scene.
Three other victims were also taken to local hospitals before police arrived at the shooting site, added police. One was shot in the left knee and taken to Arkansas Children's Hospital by friends. One was shot through the left side of her chest and twice in the left arm; she was also taken to ACH. And, the final victim was hit by a car as she tried to flee the scene.
Police said the victims' current statuses were all unknown at the time of this report.
There is currently no suspect in custody. Witnesses described the suspect vehicles as a green Cadillac, a white Cadillac with a red top, and a white Crown Victoria.
The investigation is ongoing, and any possible motive for the shooting is unknown.
(Source: Little Rock Police Dept. press release)