Victims not cooperating with deputies in Lincolnville shooting

SUMMERVILLE, SC (WCSC) - The Charleston County Sheriff's Office is investigating after two people were shot Tuesday afternoon in Lincolnville.

According to investigators, the shooting happened around 3 p.m. at 122 Bell Drive. One of the victims was transported to MUSC after being shot twice in the leg.

The second victim was transported to Summerville Medical Center.

According to the incident report the victims clammed up and wouldn't say why they were shot or who was responsible.

Deputies found a gun that may have been used in the shooting next to a storage building. It turns out it was stolen from Berkeley County.

Inside one of the apartments, investigators also found a spent shell casing and a bullet hole in a window and two bullet holes in a wall. One resident told detectives he heard at least six shots. The suspected shooter or shooters got away.

Deputies also found a knit cap next to the stolen gun.  No word if it may have belonged to the suspect or suspects.

"I was kind of nervous," said neighbor Rozenna Bells. "I hope no one got hurt because that was a shock that someone would get shot in this neighborhood."

Police do not have a motive or a suspect at this time and investigators say both victims are not cooperating with authorities.

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