ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) – Two people suffered gunshot wounds and a driver’s car windows were shattered after shots rang out Sunday afternoon in northwest St. Louis.
According to police reports, the shooting happened around 2:45 p.m. in the 900 block of Goodfellow Boulevard.
A 51-year-old driver told police he was traveling northbound on Goodfellow when he heard gunshots and the windshield of his vehicle shattered. Further damage to the vehicle included rear windows, the driver’s side door and a front tire. The driver did not report being shot.
Additionally, two people suffered gunshot wounds and had to be taken to a St. Louis hospital.
Police said a 21-year-old black female was in the area when she heard gunfire. She then noticed she had been shot in the right shoulder. She had already been taken to the hospital by the time police arrived.
Another victim, a 34-year-old black male, told police he was standing with the 21-year-old victim when he was shot. He suffered a gunshot wound to a knee.
Both victims wounded in the shooting are listed in stable condition.
Police are now looking for the suspect who fired the shots. According to accounts, police describe the shooter as a black male in his 20’s. At the time of the shooting, he was wearing blue jeans with plaid boxer shorts and a white t-shirt.
The suspect was allegedly the front passenger in a brown-colored, 2-door, compact vehicle. No further description of the vehicle was provided by authorities.
An investigation is ongoing.