PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Along the corner of Oakwood and Bennett Streets is where East Hills and Homewood meet.

It’s also where Pittsburgh Police found a man with at least one gunshot wound. He was taken to the hospital and last listed in critical condition.

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According to police, it’s what happened several blocks away that starts the investigation.

They say more than 30 shots were fired along Frankstown Avenue just before midnight.

KDKA went back to the scene, near Simmie’s Restaurant and Lounge. Crime scene tape now fills an outside garbage can, and shell casings were spotted in the parking lot.

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At this time, police are not saying if the restaurant was involved, but KDKA crews did notice cameras on the establishment and a sign saying no drugs and no weapons.

Meanwhile, hours earlier, numerous detectives were busy processing the scene. They were laying down evidence markers and taking pictures.

Police have made no arrests and there’s no details on a motive.

They’re hoping someone will come forward with information as the investigation continues. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 412-323-7800 while they continue to investigate.

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