CHULA VISTA (CNS) - Two people were shot while inside a vehicle in Chula Vista early Sunday and detectives were working to find two possible suspects, police said.
The pair, whose names were not released, were shot near Kearney St. and Second Ave. and then drove to a hospital for treatment about 1:40 a.m., according to Chula Vista police Lt. Lon Turner. Their condition was unknown, he said.
One of the victims told officers possibly two suspects were involved, Turner said.
Detectives were called in to investigate the circumstances surrounding the shooting, including documenting the crime scene, processing physical evidence and checking for witnesses, Turner said.
Police asked anyone with information to contact the Crimes of Violence Unit at (619) 691-5202.
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