Four shot in south Minneapolis

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An early Saturday morning shooting in south Minneapolis sent four people to the hospital, news sources report.

Police said that four people were shot on the 300 block of Cedar Avenue near The Red Sea just before 2 a.m, the Star Tribune reported.

The bouncers of the club were trying to force a crowd of people to leave using a chemical spray when someone opened fire outside the club, Sgt. Stephen McCarty told WCCO.

Two men and two women were shot, KSTP reported. All of the victims' injuries are non-life-threatening. Their identities have not been released, the Star Tribune reported.

Police say there have been more than 25 calls for service at The Red Sea throughout the last year. The owner says the music varies each night and Friday night was hip hop. Every patron is screened for weapons as they enter, he told KSTP.

No arrests have been made in the case, KSTP reported.

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