University of Maryland Police responded to a report of a shooting on the 7500 block of Rhode Island Avenue Saturday night.
At about 8:20 p.m., officers responded to 7506 Rhode Island Ave. and found two men injured, Prince George's County Police spokeswoman Cpl. Nicole Hubbard said at a news conference at the scene. The first victim was taken to the hospital after suffering from a gun shot wound, and his injuries appear to be non-life threatening, she said.
The second victim was assaulted and suffered non-life threatening injuries, and he was also taken to the hospital, Hubbard said.
The 7500 block of Rhode Island Avenue is where some members of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity live, wrote Corin Edwards, the Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life's programing and advising associate director, in an email to this university's Greek life presidents Saturday night.
Prince George's County Police are investigating the incident. Detectives are working to establish whether the shooting occurred inside or outside of the house, and police don't know how many shots were fired, Hubbard said.
Police are also also looking to establish a motive and whether the suspect or suspects knew the victims beforehand, Hubbard said.
Two forensic trucks arrived at the scene, and an officer carried out an evidence bag, but Hubbard would not comment on its contents.
Officers are continuing to search for the suspects, and the last known direction of travel was toward the College Park Metro Station, according to a UMD Alert sent at about 9:14 p.m.
An all-clear was issued at about 9:50 p.m., and University Police officers have cleared the scene, a UMD Alert read.
Senior staff writer Jessie Campisi and staff writer Jack Roscoe contributed to this report.