BERKELEY, Calif. (KGO) --Berkeley police are searching the for gunman who shot three teens on Tuesday night in a quiet neighborhood left shocked by this type of violence.
Residents say this kind of violence is unusual in their area.
The dispatcher at the Berkeley Police Department says all three victims are still in the hospital but it looks like they are going to make it.
All three victims are males between the ages of 16-19 and they were shot in the car while parked. The 16 and 18 year old were critically injured with head wounds. One of them was reportedly shot in the eye.
The third victim, who is 19 years old, suffered non-life threatening injures when he was shot in the arm.
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Officers say they were sitting in a car and witnesses had seen men gathered around the car before the shooting happened.
It was tough to see but officers say if there are any witnesses out there who haven't come forward, they would like to talk to them.
"It's kind of a dark street. We did get multiple calls but we don't know how many people may have actually seen it. So we are hoping that if somebody hasn't talked to us yet, that may have seen or heard this, to definitely please call the police department so we can find out exactly what did happen," Berkeley Police Ofc. Jennifer Coats said.
This happened at Parker Street and San Pablo Avenue just after 7:30 p.m.
Police haven't said the motive but don't think it was a random attack.
No arrests have been made.