Delaware

Siblings Shot in Delaware, Sister Listed Under Critical Condition

A shooting has wounded a pair of Wilmington siblings and police are looking for a man in an Eagles cap who may have pulled the trigger.

A Thursday statement from the Wilmington Police Department says a 25-year-old woman is listed in critical condition after sustaining a gunshot wound to her chest. The victim underwent surgery at Christiana Hospital after the shooting.

Her 26-year-old brother was wounded from a gunshot wound to his jaw and shoulder. He's listed in stable condition.

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The siblings were apparently shot late Wednesday. Police were called at to the 1300 block of North Claymont Street shortly after 10 p.m.

Wilmington police did not disclose their names. They did, however, release a basic description of the suspected gunman as a man in a camouflage jacket, dark pants with a white stripe, black sneakers and green Philadelphia Eagles cap.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or delawarecrimtestoppers.org.

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