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Two injured in shooting near Washington State University campus

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PULLMAN, Wash. -- The Pullman Police Department is investigating a shooting near the Washington State University campus.

The incident happened off of the Pullman campus in the 1000 block of Duncan Lane early Sunday morning.

Pullman Police officers were responding to a noise complaint when they heard two gunshots.

Police said two people received non-life threatening injuries in the shooting.

A 19-year-old male had a wound to his right torso and a 17-year-old male with a wound to his arm.

An investigation revealed a group of people attending a party in the area surrounded a vehicle trying to leave the area. The group was trying to remove someone from the vehicle when shots were fired from the vehicle, hitting the victims.

The crowd dispersed and the vehicle left before officers arrived.

Both victims are from the King County area and are not students at Washington State University.

Police believe the weapon used was a handgun and has not been recovered, but there is no threat on campus. The Washington State University Police Department is assisting Pullman police and the investigation.

The University notified the the Pullman campus community of the incident through automated telephone and email alerts.