SAPD: 3 men wearing UTSA hoodies at large after break-in, shooting at student living complex

Shooting reported around 5:30 a.m. in 7100 block of UTSA Blvd

By Max Massey - Reporter/Anchor, Ben Spicer - Web Producer

SAN ANTONIO - San Antonio police are searching for three gunmen following an apartment break-in and shooting at a student living complex near the University of Texas at San Antonio early Monday morning.

Officers were called just before 5:30 a.m. to a Northwest Side apartment complex in the 7100 block of UTSA Boulevard, which is not far from West Hausman Road and Loop 1604.

According to police, three men wearing UTSA hoodies kicked in an apartment door and immediately started shooting. The trio then started firing shots through a bedroom door before kicking it in and searching for an unknown item.

Police said the gunmen fired shots at a man, 21, and woman, 22, who were inside the bedroom, but they were not hit. The man later told police it appears the suspects did not take anything from the apartment.

A woman who was sleeping in an adjacent apartment was injured when bullets went through the adjoining wall. The woman, 21, was treated at the scene and is OK, police said.

Officers said they found multiple shell casings and a bullet hole in a window.

The suspects were last seen taking off in a four-door red or maroon sedan and fired at least one more shot at the apartment building from outside.

Police said the officers searched the area but did not find the vehicle or the suspects.

The shooting remains under investigation, and the gunmen are still on the run.

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