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2 injured in east Raleigh drive-by shooting

Two people were injured when shots were fired into a Raleigh home Monday morning.

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By
Deborah Strange
, WRAL digital journalist
RALEIGH, N.C. — Two people were injured when multiple shots were fired into a Raleigh home Monday morning.

One man was struck by gunfire in the leg. Another man was injured by flying glass after a bullet went through a window. Both were taken to the hospital.

The shooting occurred on Joe Louis Avenue, off of Rock Quarry Road, around 3:30 a.m.

Police said a vehicle drove by the home when firing the shots.

Five people were in the home at the time, including two children, who were not injured.

Raleigh police were investigating the shooting and pursuing information about the vehicle and suspect. Officers said they didn't believe the incident was random.

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