Detroit — One person was killed and two injured in a shooting early Sunday near Greektown.

The incident occurred at 2:14 a.m. after two men were heard arguing near Congress and Beaubien streets, witnesses told police. The source of the argument wasn't known.

The suspect remains at large, said police.

Killed was a 48-year-old man who was shot in the chest, back and left leg, said police.

Injured were a 34-year-old woman shot in the left forearm and a 38-year-old man shot in the right leg, said police. Both were taken to a local hospital and listed in serious condition.

None of the three victims were identified by police.

The shooting follows gunfire that ripped through the area of Monroe and Beaubien downtown in early May that left three people wounded. A video released by police showed a crowd scattering after the shots were fired.

Police weeks earlier had announced plans to increase patrols in the area this spring.

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