Man arrested after D.C. quadruple shooting, police looking for 'at least one other person'

D.C. Police photos of person of interest in the North Capitol St. shooting. (Photo courtesy of DC Police)

Kevin Cole, a 26-year-old man, has been arrested following a quadruple shooting that happened last week in D.C., Police Chief Cathy Lanier said Thursday.

Cole has been charged with "assault with intent to kill," according to police.

Lanier said that police are searching for another person in the case.

Four people were shot and one bike officer was hit by a car at North Capitol St. and New York Ave., NW, on Wednesday, June 8, fire and police officials say.

According to D.C. police., a single masked gunman walked up to the corner in front of Big Ben's liquor store and opened fire. One person who was shot is in stable condition and two others suffered non-life threatening injuries. Police say the officer on the bike, who was responding to the scene when he was hit by a car, is in good condition.

The shooting victims were taken to a hospital, police say. Authorities do not believe this was a random shooting.

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