Police respond to report of 5 shot in downtown Seattle

Five people were shot in downtown Seattle, according to fire and police departments.

The report of the shooting came in around 6:50 p.m. when people were protesting Donald Trump. Police say the shooting is not related to the people who were protesting in downtown.

Seattle Assistant Police Chief Robert Merner says four men and one woman were hurt Wednesday evening after an argument of some kind near Pine Street and Third Avenue at a busy intersection.

Merner says all five people shot were taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. Hospital spokeswoman Susan Gregg told The Associated Press that two men and one woman were in critical condition and that two men were in serious condition Wednesday night.

Police are looking for a suspect but have not provided any information.

The investigation is ongoing.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.