2 kids are among 4 wounded in Oakland shooting

Firearms should be stored in a safe

Firearms should be stored in a safe

Police are searching for suspects following a shooting in broad daylight in East Oakland that injured four people, including three children.

Officer Johnna Watson says the incident occurred Sunday afternoon when a teenager, a woman and her two children, ages 8 and 12, were shot in the North Stonehurst neighborhood.

All four victims were taken to local hospitals after suffering nonfatal gunshot wounds.

Police say a 44-year-old mother and her two young daughters were inadvertently struck by gunfire while outside their home.

Police say the intended target was a 17-year-old boy who was also struck in the leg.

Police were investigating a possible motive as no arrests have been made.Bay Area NewsGun violenceOaklandShooting

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