Two people shot in Aurora neighborhood, one critically hurt

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Police investigating shots fired in Aurora neighborhood. (Photo: SkyFOX)

Police investigating shots fired in Aurora neighborhood. (Photo: SkyFOX)

AURORA, Colo. — Two people were wounded after shots were fired in Aurora on Tuesday afternoon.

Officers were dispatched to the 1900 block of North Beeler Street just after 3 p.m. after reports of weapons being fired. Upon arrival, officers were unable to locate any suspects or victims.

Officers then were told one of the men involved in the shooting went into a home near the scene. They checked the house but did not make contact with anyone inside.

Officers were also dispatched to the 50 block of North Newark Street on a report of a man who had been shot and was associated with a black vehicle. The man was found near the vehicle and transported to a hospital. He is in critical condition.

Shortly after, officers were dispatched to Saint Joseph Hospital in Denver where another man had arrived with a gunshot wound. He did not have nonlife threatening injuries and is in good condition.

Aurora police say both men, who were not identified, were involved in the shooting. Additional suspects are being sought.