MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — Authorities say five people have been hurt in a shooting at a Myrtle Beach nightclub.

Police Lt. Joey Crosby said in a news release that investigators think the suspect was shooting at someone in a gang dispute around 2:30 a.m. Saturday, injuring the intended target and four people nearby.

Crosby says one victim is at the hospital and his condition is unknown. Three others were treated and released at the hospital and the fifth victim was treated at the scene.

Crosby says police have a suspect and are seeking arrest warrants.

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