DETROIT (WXYZ) - A manhunt is underway for the person suspected of opening fire on a northwest Detroit home Sunday afternoon.
It happened in the 18000 block of Rosemont Avenue at around 2:30 pm.
Police say a gunman opened fire on the house, spraying the area with bullets. We're also told several people were home, including small children.
The attack left the home riddled with bullets, with the door and a window shot out.
Right now, we know that a 21-year-man and a 20-year-old man were hit during the attack.
Witnesses say the shots came out of the rear window of a grey Dodge Durango. The shooters then took off from the scene.
However, witnesses say moments later, the three men inside jumped from the SUV and into a van and left the area.
The witnesses say a fourth men then jumped into the Durango and drove that vehicle from the scene.
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