2 of 3 Durham shooting victims out of hospital; police ask public’s help

Two of three victims of a drive-by attack on Danube Lane have been released from a hospital, Durham police said Tuesday at the same time they repeated their plea for information to help them find the shooters.

The victims were a 13-year-old girl and 32- and 36-year-old men who were outside the Oxford Manor apartments in Danube Lane’s 3600 block at about 8:40 p.m. on April 25 when a dark-colored vehicle, possibly a Jeep, went by and bullets sprayed from a gun in it, investigators have determined.

The bullets hit the three people, a vehicle and two occupied apartments, police said.

The girl and the younger man have been released from a hospital. The older man remains hospitalized, spokeswoman Kammie Michael said.

Michael said CrimeStoppers is repeating its announcement of cash rewards for information that leads to arrests. The people providing the information can remain anonymous, being identified by an assigned number instead of their name.

People who have information they think could help police in the case were asked to call Investigator Krieger at 919-560-4582, ext. 29245 or CrimeStoppers at 919-683-1200.