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Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) - Rochester police say it appears a double shooting reported Wednesday night was an isolated incident.

Both victims are Rochester males in their late teens.

A 19-year-old was found with two gunshot wounds to the chest near Heritage Manor Apartments. He was reportedly in critical condition at last report.

A 17-year-old showed up at his mother’s house a short while after the first victim was found. He had been shot once in the right rear shoulder.

The shootings happened around 9:15 pm in the parking lot of the apartment complex.

Police Capt. Casey Moilanen says it appears two small groups of people who know each other agreed to meet in the parking lot just before the shootings. Moilanen says it does not appear any of those involved lived at the complex.

Moilanen says it’s believed a vehicle in the lot was hit by a round as was one of the apartment buildings.

Moilanen says it remains a “very active investigation” 

ORIGINAL STORY

Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) - Rochester police were called out to investigate two shootings Wednesday night.

Both apparently happened around 9 pm and may be related.

Preliminary information indicates one apparently happened in the area of Heritage Manor Apartments. The victim was reportedly shot twice in the chest.

A short while later police were told another person had been shot in the rear right shoulder. He apparently went to his mother's residence in the 500 block of 3rd St NW. It’s believed he had been shot somewhere else and driven there.

It’s not known if any arrests had been made. It’s believed both victims are males in their late teens.

News update:  Rochester Public Schools Superintendent Munoz apologizes.

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