BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Police now have a warrant out for a suspect in the quadruple shooting that happened over the Fourth of July weekend.

Southwest District patrol officers responded to a home at around 1107 p.m. Friday night in the 700 block of S. Woodington Road where four women had been shot.

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The women, ages 36, 36, 25 and 47, were all taken to area hospitals where they were treated.

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Detectives interviewed the victims and potential witnesses and quickly identified the shooter, police said.

Police now have an arrest warrant out for 38-year-old Dontae Buckler, of the address above.

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Credit: Baltimore Police

Anyone who has seen and or knows of Dontae Buckler’s whereabouts is asked to call Warrant Apprehension Detectives at (410) 637-8970, call Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7lockup or dial 911.