Gunmen wanted in 2 separate Monday shootings in the Bronx

Cops say two men are in stable condition

Cops say two men are in stable condition after being shot within two hours of each other.

THE BRONX - Police are trying to track down the gunmen behind two separate shootings that happened within two hours in the Bronx. 

According to investigators, a 22-year-old man was shot in the arm at around 9 p.m. Monday. He was found lying on the sidewalk at Morris Avenue and East 183rd Street, and was rushed to Saint Barnabas Hospital in stable condition. 

Just two hours earlier, authorities say another man was shot at Freeman Street and Lymon Place, near Crotona Park. He was taken to Lincoln Hospital, also in stable condition. 

No arrests have been made, and cops urge anyone with information to call them. 

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