Four Women Shot On Scottsdale Circle

Reported by: Matt Groves
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Updated: 7/01 7:37 am

A shooting in Lexington left four women wounded one seriously and police looking for suspects late Monday night and early Tuesday morning.

Lexington Police said three of the victims were taken to UK by ambulance from the scene on Scottsdale Circle. One other victim arrived at UK on her own. All have gunshot wounds, one faces life threatening injuries.

Police didn’t release many details but said they don't know where the shooting happened, more specifically whether it was inside or outside the home or potentially a drive-by shooting.

They said they're working through witness reports of different vehicles in the area and haven't given out any suspect information at this time.

Folks living in the area were able to come and go. Up until around two Tuesday morning there were police check points set up on Scottsdale to monitor who came and went.

We were told by police that robbery and homicide units worked the scene and the investigation is ongoing.

Lexington Police are asking if you have any information about the shootings, contact them. That number is (859) 258-3600.

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