Suspects sought after pair shot in Vallejo

VALLEJO (KTVU) -- Police were searching Tuesday for two suspects who opened fire on two Vallejo residents because of a dispute over whether the victims were taunting the two suspects.

The male victims, whose identities were pending, were rushed for medical treatment to local hospitals. Their conditions were not immediately available but their injuries were not believed to be life threatening, authorities said.

Police were called to Tennessee and Amador streets shortly after 1 p.m. Police said the two men were walking from Hinton Barber College while on break and went to a nearby 7-Eleven when they encountered the suspects in a yellow Pontiac Sunfire.

Police said one of the suspects asked the victims if they were talking about the suspects. The pair said no and continued walking eastbound on Tennessee. The suspects' vehicle drove westbound but stopped as a passenger in the vehicle emerged and fired up to three shots.

One of the men was struck in the abdomen and the other one suffered a bullet graze to his lower right leg. The driver fled from the scene in the Pontiac.

Police said the gunman was a white male in his 20s, standing about 5-feet-11-inches tall with short blond straight hair and was clean shaven in wearing a white t-shirt.

Police identified the driver as a white female with dirty blonde hair pulled into a ponytail and wore a blue t-shirt and black pants.

Anyone with information was asked to call police.

KTVU reporter Tara Moriarty contributed to this report.