Two men were shot in Southeast D.C. on Thursday afternoon, not far from where two children and a counselor were shot Monday, police said.
The incident occurred shortly before 2 p.m. on the 2200 block of Savannah Street, police said. One man suffered a graze wound to the chest, and the other suffered a graze wound to the thigh. They were taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Police issued a lookout for two black males. One was wearing a skull cap, and one was wearing a white T-shirt, but police spokesmen were not sure whether the skull cap and shirt were worn by the same person.
Monday, two children and their camp counselor were shot on the 1900 block of Savannah Street SE. Police said these victims were struck while one man was shooting at another.
No information was available from police Thursday afternoon about whether the two shooting incidents were related.