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Police: Multiple shot, woman raped on violent Saturday morning in St. Louis

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St. Louis Metropolitan Police are working on multiple investigations after four separate shooting incidents occurred in St. Louis. (Credit: KMOV) St. Louis Metropolitan Police are working on multiple investigations after four separate shooting incidents occurred in St. Louis. (Credit: KMOV)

ST.LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) – St. Louis Metropolitan Police are working on multiple investigations after four separate shooting incidents occurred in St. Louis early Saturday.

The first call came out around 2:15 a.m. about a woman shot in the 6000 block of N. Broadway. Detectives say a woman was shot and was conscious and breathing before heading to a local hospital.

The woman is listed in critical, but stable condition at this time.

About thirty minutes later, police say a victim was shot at near S. Grand Blvd and Gravois Ave. Authorities have not released information about a possible suspect in this shooting.

Police say a woman was shot in the leg and raped by an unknown man in the 4300 block of Rosalind around 4:50 a.m.

The woman was transported to a local hospital in stable condition.

A male Bi-State bus driver was shot near N. Broadway and Taylor around 4:40 a.m., according to police. Sources from Bi-State said the victim was getting ready to begin a route and while standing outside of his bus, a man approached the victim and shot him during a robbery attempt. 

The victim's injuries are not life threatening. 

Real Time Crime is looking into the possibility that the suspect who shot the bus driver could be connected to two other incidents that occurred early Saturday morning, including the shooting in the 6000 block of North Broadway.

The second incident occurred at a Loves on North Broadway where the suspect approached a man and woman with a gun in an attempted robbery. The victims fled in their car and were not hurt during the incident. 

No further information has been released at this time.

If you have any information about these incidents, please contact the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.

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