By Staff

SAN ANTONIO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/CNN) — An argument between two people at a bar in San Antonio ended in a shooting early Sunday that left three people killed and two others critically wounded, San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said.

The suspect is still at large, McManus said at a briefing.

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Police were called around 3:35 a.m. about an altercation inside the Boom Boom Sports Bar on South New Braunfels Avenue, which was operating after-hours, McManus said. It’s believed that the owner was trying to close the establishment when the altercation began, the chief added.

The chaos spilled over into the parking lot, where a man went to his car, grabbed a long gun and started shooting. Five people were struck, McManus said.

Two of the victims are women, the other three are men, all in their 20s and 30s, McManus added.

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Two people were pronounced dead at the scene — a man and a woman, the chief said. One person died in the hospital and two others are in critical condition at the Brooke Army Medical Center, KSAT-TV reported.

McManus said it’s not clear if there was a connection between the suspect and the people who were shot.

An investigation is underway, the chief said.

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