Police: Victims of Stamford shooting being uncooperative

Police say the shooting happened on Grant Avenue between Sherman and Sheridan streets after 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Police say the shooting happened on Grant Avenue between Sherman and Sheridan streets after 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. (9/7/16)

STAMFORD - Police say the victims of a shooting in Stamford yesterday afternoon are being uncooperative in the investigation.

The shooting happened on Grant Avenue between Sherman and Sheridan streets after 3:30 p.m. yesterday.

Investigators say the two shooting victims are brothers in their early 20s. They say they were heading home from a bodega on East Main Street when they were attacked. 

Police say the two ran a block away to Lincoln Avenue and were taken to the hospital.

This is the second shooting in the area in just five days.

Police are looking at surveillance video from the area. There may have been one shooter and a car involved in the incident, officials say.

Police believe the victims and the shooters knew each other.

They say the victims are expected to be OK and were expected to be questioned today.

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