The shooting victim arrived at a local hospital and reported the crime there later in the afternoon, said D.C. Police spokesman Hugh Carew.
Though police said the victim of the shooting originally told them the crime occurred between the 500 and 700 blocks of 14th Street SE, authorities added in an email this afternoon that “further investigation has revealed that the location given by the victim may not be accurate.”
The full email reads:
1D Units received a call regarding a shooting that possibly occurred in the area of the Potomac Avenue Metro Station. Further investigation has revealed that the location given by the victim may not be accurate. [First District] Detectives are currently investigating the incidents that led up to the shooting in order to obtain consistency from the victim.
Anyone with additional information regarding this incident please contact First District Detectives or the Command Information Center on 202-727-9099.
The First District appreciates your concern and dedication regarding incidents that occur in the First District. We strive on getting the information out as soon as practical. At times the information may come to you a little delayed, only because we have to gather all the facts first. Thanks for your patience and team spirit!
Police are on the lookout for:
Three black men wearing all dark clothing, black mask [and] armed with a handgun.