Shooting at St. Paul’s Crosby Farm Park injures 3 young women

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A shooting in St. Paul injured three young women early Sunday, police said.

It happened at Crosby Farm Regional Park off Shepard Road, about two hours after four people were injured in a shooting in a North St. Paul park. St. Paul Sgt. Mike Ernster, a department spokesman, said he didn’t have information Sunday night about whether they were connected.

In the St. Paul incident, one woman was shot in the leg, another had a gunshot wound to her cheek and the third had a hand injury that could be a graze wound, according to Ernster. They are 18 to 22.

Police were called to the shooting just before 1 a.m. Sunday. There was a gathering of people when multiple shots were fired, Ernster said based on preliminary information. No one was under arrest as of Sunday night, and police are investigating the circumstances of the shooting.

Investigators ask anyone with information to call them at 651-266-5858.

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