INDIANAPOLIS — Police are investigating a shooting on the city’s west side that injured multiple people.

According to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, officers were called out to the 3500 block of Moller Road — a residential area south of 38th Street — at approximately 11:09 a.m. on report of a possible person shot.

Officers reported arriving on scene and discovering two individuals suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. Both were said to be awake and breathing.

Around the same time, police said officers were called to another location, roughly one mile away, in the 6400 block of Lupine Terrace. At this location, police originally reported a victim suffering from a graze wound.

Police said the two incidents were related.

Investigators said officers responding to Lupine Terrace found the ground littered with more than a dozen bullet casings and a pair of sandals lying in the driveway.

Some of the bullets penetrated parked vehicles, but others left a man and woman wounded.

According to police, the two injured in the shooting drove separate vehicles to a home on Moller Road. One vehicle had visible bullet damage.

IMPD said everyone involved in the shooting has been identified. No arrests have been made.

While IMPD originally reported three victims, including the potential graze wound victim, IMPD later clarified that there were only two victims related to this shooting.

At this time, no further information has been released as the investigation remains active and ongoing.

Russ McQuaid contributed to this report.