KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Four people were shot overnight in a busy area of downtown Kansas City, Missouri.
A police report states officers heard gunfire just after midnight outside the T-Mobile Center.
The officers were in the area near East 14th Street and Grand Boulevard investigating unrelated reports of more than a dozen car burglaries between 8 p.m. and midnight.
The officers heard multiple gunshots in the area of 13-14th Street and Grand Boulevard, on the west side of the T-Mobile Center.
Police called for additional officers to respond, as there was a large crowd in the area.
KCPD says police located four shooting victims.
Two men and a woman were found with non life-threatening injuries and taken to hospitals, police said.
The fourth victim, a juvenile girl, was taken to a hospital by a private vehicle.
Her injuries were not life-threatening, police said.
Crime scenes were found in front of the T-Mobile Center and at the intersection of East 13th Street and Grand Boulevard, police said.
One person was detained at the scene.
No word on any charges in the shootings.