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2 in custody after shooting at Detroit tax service business

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DETROIT (WJBK) -

Two people are in custody after a shooting at a Detroit tax service business.

Police say the shooting happened after an altercation about money that was owed. A female suspect started the dispute and the male suspect fired the shots, according to police.

Four people were injured in the shooting Friday afternoon. At the time of this report three people are still in serious condition and one person is still in critical condition.

The incident happened at the Tax City Tax Service on Gratiot Avenue near Townsend Street on the city's southeast side.

The male suspect initially ran from the scene but was later caught and placed into custody. Police were searching for the female suspect, Angel Moore, for a couple hours after the incident but she has since turned herself in.

Arraignments for both suspects could happen this week.

Police are also looking for another woman who walked in with the group, but said she is a witness and not a suspect.

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