Shooting at Walmart in Glendale, Arizona, Injures Two

December 7, 2016 Last Updated: December 7, 2016

At least two people were shot and wounded inside a Walmart in Glendale, Arizona, on Wednesday, say police.

The victims, both identified as male, were taken to nearby hospitals and neither have life-threatening injuries, officials told AZCentral.com.

Police are searching for two people who fled the scene by car or by foot, said Sgt. Scott Waite, a Glendale police spokesman. The shooting wasn’t random and he said the suspects and victims knew one another, the report said. The motive wasn’t immediately known.

Police arrived on the scene of the crime at around 11:15 a.m. after reports of shots fired and victims.

Glendale police urged people stay out of the area of the store, near 95th Avenue and Camelback Road, KNXV-TV reported.

“Everybody started panicking,” one witness described to KTVK-TV. “There were like three or four gunshots,” another witness added.