Police continue to probe South L.A. shooting that wounded four men

Authorities continue to search for the people responsible for a drive-by shooting Tuesday that left four men wounded outside a home in South Los Angeles.

The conditions of the men were not immediately known, according to Los Angeles Police Officer Rosario Herrera.

Authorities said the men, who are 45 to 50 years old, were in front of a home in the 400 block of West 89th Street when someone inside a burgundy Jeep Cherokee opened fire at them.

The incident was reported to police about 6 p.m., but no further details were available.

In the last six months, at least 203 violent crimes and 404 property crimes have been reported in the Vermont Vista neighborhood where the shooting took place, according to the Times Mapping L.A. database.


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