• Cops are looking for a man who arrived in a “dark color minivan-type vehicle”
  • The suspect parked his car, walked into the hair salon, and fired at least four shots
  • The salon owner, an employee and a customer were wounded in the attack

A man opened fire and shot three women at a hair salon in Dallas, Texas.

The incident took place at Hair World Salon, a Korean-owned business in Koreatown, according to ABC News. The women were taken to a hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening, following the Wednesday afternoon shooting.

Cops said based on witness accounts that a Black male was involved in the shooting that took place at around 2:22 p.m. The suspect, whose identity is unknown, appeared in a “dark color minivan-type vehicle” on Royal Lane, police said.

After parking his car, the suspect walked into the hair salon and allegedly fired gunshots, striking the salon owner, an employee and a customer, according to ABC News Dallas affiliate WFAA.

The suspect “fired multiple rounds inside the business, wounded all three victims," police said. “The suspect then drove away.”

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Dallas Police Sgt. Warren Mitchell said the man shouted something unintelligible before firing at least four shots.

Mitchell said they are yet to identify the suspect and find a motive in the shooting, adding they have so far not found any indication of the incident being a hate crime.

Jeremy Kim, who works at a local Korean Radio Station, said he spoke to a customer, who was at the scene when the shooting unfolded in an area that is a historically Asian district. "All she knows is this random person just parked his car and came in and shot his gun and left immediately," Kim told NBC DFW.

"You know, there are so many businesses around here, and he just specified a Korean-owned hair salon and came in and fired a gun," Kim went on to say. "So just worrying what was the reason."

Mitchell said the police department is hoping to catch the suspect and added, according to the outlet: “It just brings an added fear in this community, and we want to make sure we do what we can to ease their fear.”

Police said the FBI is involved in the investigation.

"Dallas Police Department is the lead investigating agency for this incident, but we are in communication with them and coordinating closely," a spokesperson for the FBI field office in Dallas told ABC News. "If, in the course of the local investigation, information comes to light of a potential federal violation, the FBI is prepared to investigate."

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