Female Shooter at Large After 4 Wounded in Shooting at Downtown L.A.’s Skid Row

A shooter is at large after four people were shot in the Skid Row area of downtown Los Angeles Thursday, the Los Angeles Police Department said.

The shooting was reported in the area of Fifth and San Julian streets at about 12:14 p.m., according to LAPD Officer Rosario Cervantes.

Cervantes described the shooter as being female. The woman was traveling in an SUV with a male, and the pair was last seen heading south on San Julian Street from the park.

All the victims suffered injuries that were not life-threatening, according to LAPD Officer Drake Madison. Three of them were female and the fourth victim was male, LAPD Officer Tony Im said.

Im identified one of the victims as a security guard and another as a social worker.

Aerial video from Sky5 showed police cars stopped next to a tent outside San Julian Park in downtown L.A. Paramedics were seen transporting a person onto an ambulance and treating another person who was sitting on a bench inside the park. Large sections of the streets were blocked off with police tape, video showed.

What appeared to be bullet casings were left on the ground, marked by numbered police evidence markers. A pile of clothing was also laying on the ground at the crime scene, video showed.

No further details were immediately available.

KTLA's Jennifer Thang and Nidia Becerra contributed to this report.

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