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NEW DETAILS: Names released in Dubuque shooting investigation

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DUBUQUE (KWWL) -

Dubuque Police have released the names of three young men who were shot Wednesday night. They also say they're getting little help from witnesses as they investigate.

Police say Frank Washington, Jr., 20 years old, Joshua Hale, 18 years old and Keanu Arnold, 20 years old, were all wounded. Washington and Hale were treated and released from the hospital. Police say Arnold's wound is not believed to be life threatening.

Investigators say shots were fired in the area of 15th and Iowa streets around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday. Police say people took off in different directions when they showed up at the scene. 

Officers say those who were shot know each other. They say this was not a random act of violence.

No arrests have been made and police say they're not getting much help from witnesses and others involved.

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As of Thursday morning, Dubuque Police confirm three men were shot Wednesday night in the area of 15th and Iowa Streets.

Police say the injuries are non-life threatening.

According to police, the three men were taken to Finley and Mercy Hospitals, and confirm two have been released. Police would not confirm the ages of the three men.

They say they are still looking for suspects. No property damage was found in the area.

Stay with KWWL for updates.

KWWL's Ally Crutcher & Jerry Gallagher contributed to this report.

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