The Charleston Police Department is investigating a shooting between two juveniles who were injured in the incident in West Ashley.
Authorities say the incident happened around 6:20 p.m. at the Pamilia Apartments on 1385 Ashley River Road.
An officer said he was patrolling Palmilla Apartments when he saw a juvenile running in front of a building. According to a report, the juvenile was yelling,"I got shot, I got shot."
The officer said the juvenile was holding his right forearm and was "bleeding profusely."
According to Charleston police, another juvenile was shot in the leg.
CPD officials say the juveniles, who appear to know each other, had non-life threatening injuries.
Investigators say none of the juveniles live in the apartment complex where the shooting happened.
"One of the juveniles lives in North Charleston and the other lives in a nearby neighborhood," CPD officials said.
Police are continuing to interview witnesses and collect evidence in the case.
Anyone with information about the shooting can call 843 743 7200 and ask for the on duty CPD detective.
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