SHERMAN- Sherman police are still looking into the two shootings that happened early Sunday morning. Police officials say they don't have many leads right now, but are narrowing down their investigation as much as they can.
On Sunday morning, two men were injured in a shooting on North Andrews Street. Both of those men are now out of the hospital.
Another shooting involved suspects driving a car and shooting at a house.
Sgt. Bruce Dawsey of the Sherman Police Department encourages anyone who knows more about these shootings to contact the Sherman Police Department.
"People always talk and once two people know a secret, then it’s no longer a secret and there are people out there who know the info, and they can help us solve this crime by contacting us."
The crimes are not believed to be related.
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