PHOENIX — Phoenix police say two teenagers were wounded in a drive-by shooting at a house party and one of two suspect vehicles is still at large.

Lt. Paul Taylor says the shooting happened early Sunday in the area of 83rd Avenue and Lower Buckeye.

According to Taylor, shots were fired at party guests from a black Mercedes sedan and a tan SUV.

Police say people at the party returned fire.

Taylor says a teenage boy and girl suffered non-life-threatening wounds.

Officers located the SUV and the vehicle’s occupants are being interviewed. A shooter at the party is also being detained.

Taylor says officers are looking for the Mercedes.

The shooting occurred as police continue their search for a gunman suspected of killing seven people in drive-by attacks since March.

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