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Multiple people report pellet gun shootings to Galveston police

Witnesses told officers the suspects were in a beige SUV and appeared to be juveniles.

GALVESTON, Texas — Galveston police are trying to track down the suspects who've been shooting at people with pellet guns all over the island. 

They say calls started coming in just after 8 p.m. Tuesday from multiple locations. 

Multiple people were hit, according to police, but only a couple of them went to UTMB by ambulance with non-life-threatening injuries. 

One of the victims shot was reportedly a man who was shot in the back while  pushing a stroller along The Seawall near 25th Street. It's not clear if he was one of the patients treated at UTMB. 

Witnesses told officers the suspects were in a beige SUV and appeared to be juveniles.

No arrests had been made at last check. 

"There is no current danger to the public," GPD said in a statement.

The Galveston Police Department is asking anyone with information related to this incident to contact them at 409-765-3702.

Information about this incident can also be given anonymously by calling Galveston Crimes Stoppers at 409-765-8477.  

Check back for updates on this developing story.

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