3 People Shot During Christmas Party at Vineland

Investigators say it happened overnight at the Greek Orthodox Community Center on the 400 block of West Wheat Road.

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    Police say they are searching for the gunman who shot three people during a Christmas party in Cumberland County. NBC10's Ted Greenberg spoke to a witness. (Published Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012)

    Three people were hurt after gunfire erupted during a Christmas party in Vineland, N.J.

    Investigators say it happened around 1 a.m. Wednesday at Saint Anthony's Greek Orthodox Community Center on the 400 block of West Wheat Road.

    A Christmas party - not affiliated with the church -- when police say shots were fired, striking two women and one man.

    The women were airlifted to Cooper University Hospital while the man was treated at the South Jersey Healthcare Regional Medical Center and released.

    Police believe all three victims will survive.

    Police say organizers of the Christmas party had rented out the hall and had their own security. No arrests were made as of Wednesday night.

    The Vineland Crime Stoppers are offering a $1,000 reward to anyone with information.


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