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Police: Five shot, one dead Friday night in Southeast DC

For one of the shootings, police are asking people to look out for an older model silver Crown Victoria with a loud exhaust and three people inside.

WASHINGTON — Police are investigating after multiple people were shot and one was killed in Southeast Friday night.

According to D.C. Police, one shooting happened just before 8:15 p.m. in the 1700 block of A Street. 

Assistant Chief of the Investigative Services Bureau Leslie Parsons says officers found a man suffering from a gunshot wound. That man was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment and is expected to be okay. 

Parsons says officers found another victim while canvassing the area. That victim, identified as 23-year-old Giovanni Lovelace, never made it to the hospital and died at the scene. 

Two more victims arrived at a nearby hospital with gunshot wounds. 

Police are asking people to look out for an older model silver Crown Victoria with a loud exhaust and three people inside.

Police have not identified the victims or said what may have caused the shooting to happen.

Another shooting in Southeast happened just before 11:30 p.m. Friday night at 

1600 Good Hope Road. Police located a man who was conscious and breathing. He has been transported to the hospital for treatment.

There is no lookout information at this time.

If you have any information, call D.C. Police at Call (202) 727-9099 or text the tip line at 50411.

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