Victim's Sister Speaks After Shooting on W. 12th and Adams St.

LITTLE ROCK (KATV)--Still no one in custody, after three people are shot.

Little Rock Police responded to 12th and Adams Street shortly after 2 p.m. earlier today.

Police still don't have anyone in custody, but they continue to search for a dark colored large SUV or van involved in the shooting.

Police still don't know how many shooters are involved.

They did say despite today's incident, crime has not increased in the area, as they move forward with plans to revitalize the neighborhood.

As Little Rock police arrived at 12th and Adams Street, the crime scene teams collected evidence, after three people were shot in a drive-by shooting.

"We were coming to get food and I don't know I don't know, a lot of people outside he said they just started from the corner and shot all the way down the street," said a victim's sister, Latoya Harris.

Harris says her sister was shot in the leg twice and the bullets went straight through.

"Very shocked, like I just left there, didn't seem like no commotion, but you never know when commotion coming," added Harris.

Calm and peaceful is how many describes the neighborhood .

"It's usually quiet, the police you see them too often to even try and do anything wrong," said Harris.

Police presence will soon increase, as big plans are underway.

"We're revitalizing this area, we're going to build a new police substation just a couple of blocks down this street, so there's great and positive things planned for this area," said LRPD Officer Dewana Phillips.

Meanwhile, for people like Harris, where shootings hit close to home, all they can do is beg for people to cease fire.

"Stop the violence stop the violence, unnecessary and childish," said Harris.

Harris went on to tell Channel 7, that when her sister, the victim, was shot, she was holding her one-year-old child.

All three victims suffered non-life threatening injuries.

Police still believe that today's shooting was an isolated incident.

They're asking anyone with information to call (501) 371-4660.