JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Neighbors are in fear after two teenagers were shot just two hours apart.
Victims are afraid the shooters could return.
The victim’s family member told Action News that his family members are so terrified that they felt forced to leave their own home.
Police still haven’t caught the shooters.
“My brother came in the house and said he got shot,” said Trell, a member of the victim’s family.
Bullet holes pierced several houses on Hart Street last night. Some of them not only hit Trell’s home, but his family too.
Then, three hours later, Trell’s house was once again another crime scene.
“They came back and shot my cousin in the same place,” Trell said.
Trell did not want to share his last name because he is afraid of retaliation.
Police say the first shooting happened around 12 p.m. when Trell’s 17-year-old brother was shot in the leg.
Then around 3 p.m. his 17-year-old cousin was also shot in the leg.
Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office says it was a drive-by shooting.
“An undetermined number of shots from his direction were fired from a moving vehicle,” said Sgt. Matt Clemons.
“The first time I heard like 15 rounds the second time I heard like about 20-25,” Trell said.
Now he says his family is afraid to go outside.
“It makes you scared because you don't know what car is going to pass by you, you don't know who is who,” Trell said.
Trell told said police left 30 minutes before Action News arrived, after neighbors say two men were back again walking around with guns.
“It's like we can't sleep in our house. It's very scary because the kids be out here playing and it's innocent people getting shot,” Trell said.
JSO is looking for a black Dodge that may have been used in the shooting. Trell said the second shooting involved a green Buick.
Police say if you know any information about this case, call Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-8477.