Police looking for at large shooting suspect - Tucson News Now

Police looking for at least one hotel shooting suspect

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Two people are hospitalized, two suspects have been arrested and as many as two more remain at large after a southside shooting this afternoon.

 Sgt. Chris Widmer with the Tucson Police Department says one woman was shot in the leg and one man was pistol-whipped at a Howard Johnson's motel near 22nd Street and 1_10 around 2:30 p.m.

The suspects fled and police caught up to them at Kino and Silverlake.

Police arrested two suspects before surrounding the home. After warning anyone inside, they entered with guns drawn but did not find any suspects.

Police say one, if not, two suspects are still on the loose.

The shooting victim was transported to local hospital with unknown medical conditions. No information on the victim's age or sex was available.

Follow KOLD News 13's JD Wallace's coverage of the incident on Twitter at @JDWallaceKOLD.

We will bring updates as more information becomes available.

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