Share Share Two injured in Naperville shooting: police tweet share The shooting was not random, police said. Sun-Times file photo Police are investigating a double shooting in west suburban Naperville.
About midnight Sunday, officers responded to Edward Hospital for a report of two adult males with gunshot wounds, Naperville police said.
The pair told officers that they had met with an unknown person in the 1200 block of South Route 59, police said. The male suspect fired shots at both of them sometime during the meeting. They suffered non-life threatening injuries.
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Naperville police are investigating the shooting of two men on the citys northwest side in what authorities are saying was not a random act.
Police launched the investigation after officers were called to Edward Hospital at about midnight Sunday for a report of two adult males with gunshot wounds.
Upon arrival, the officers learned that the men had agreed to meet a man in the 1200 block of South Route 59. During the meeting, police said, the unknown male offender shot the victims.
Anyone with information about the shooting is encouraged to contact the Naperville Police Department at (630)-420-6666.