Five people shot at Columbus house party, police say

COLUMBUS — Columbus police are searching for suspects who they say shot five people at a house party early Tuesday morning, according to our partners at WBNS TV.

The shootings occurred about 12:30 a.m. on the city’s east side.

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Multiple people with gunshot wounds showed up at area hospitals, and others were still at the scene of the shooting. It’s not clear at this time if there were any fatalities.

Kimberly Williams, who owns the home, told WBNS she rented it out to a woman through Airbnb, and four people were supposed to be staying at the property.

"Earlier on in the night through the camera, I could see that there was quite a few people going to the property and was just concerned because it was supposed to be for four people," Williams said.

At some point, Williams said the camera she has in the home was turned off. That's when she decided to go to the home and investigate.

"So I just drove by to see what was happening and when I came by, I just found a lot of cars, like police officers and hearing that it was shot up," she told WBNS.

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Williams doesn't know anything about the woman who rented her place, she said.

"They vet the people before they put them on there, so I don't have a lot of information more than she requested to rent it, and I allowed her to rent the place," Williams said.

Police have not said if they are still searching for a shooter.

We will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.