The Denver Police Department said that four people were wounded in three shootings on Saturday night and Sunday morning, according to FOX31 Denver.

Two of the shootings happened Saturday night, Aug. 3, in the 500 block of South Utica Street, in southwest Denver and Sunday morning in an alley near the 1300 block of Lipan Street, just south of downtown, in northeast Denver.

In the Utica Street shooting, police said a man walked into an emergency room in unknown condition. No suspect information was released.

In the shooting in an alley, a juvenile male also arrived at an emergency room in unknown condition, police tweeted about 1:30 a.m. Investigators had no suspect information available.

Two men walked into two different hospitals with gunshot wounds in the shooting near East 54th Avenue Drive and Granby Street in northeast Denver. Their conditions were unknown and no more details were available.

On Saturday morning, around 4 a.m., a man was fatally shot outside of a bar in a shooting in the 4300 block of West 38th Avenue in the Berkeley neighborhood. More details about the shooting haven’t been released.

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