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Shootout at Detroit tax service business, four people injured in fray

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DETROIT (WJBK) -

Four people have been injured in a shooting at a tax preparation business on Detroit's east side. Police say they have the suspected shooter in custody but are still looking for a female suspect.

Police say three of the victims are in serious condition and one victim is in critical condition.

The shooting happened at the Tax City Tax Service on Gratiot Avenue near Townsend Street the city's southeast side.

Detroit Police Chief James Craig tells FOX 2's Ron Savage the shooting happened during a dispute with a male and female over money that was owed.

"It sounds like right now he fired the weapon four times and then one additional shot was fired as he was leaving the location," says Craig.

The male suspect ran away but is now in police custody.

Police were looking for a woman identified as Angel Chauntel Moore. Savage says she has turned herself into police. Police say she started the dispute that led to an altercation, which led to the shooting.

Stay with FOX 2 News and www.myfoxdetroit.com for updates on this developing story.

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