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North Charleston police are searching for a gunman who wounded four people in a nightclub shooting early Saturday morning.
Officers responded around 2 a.m. to Club Camouflage, 7550 Dorchester Road, following reports of shots fired.
When officers arrived at the scene they found two people inside the club who were bleeding from gunshot wounds to their legs, police spokesman Spencer Pryor said.
Officers located a third person with wounds when they stopped a vehicle that had sped away from the scene. A fourth person was dropped off at St. Francis hospital for treatment, Pryor said.
None of the wounded people received life-threatening injuries, Pryor said.
Witnesses reported to police that a fight broke out between two people shortly before the shots were fired.
Security attempted to break up the fight, police said, but one man pulled out a pistol and fired off several rounds as he ran out of the club.
The gunman was described as a short black man with dreadlocks wearing a camouflage shirt or jacket, Pryor said.
The shooting remains under investigation, Pryor said.
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