Bullets tore through a well-attended Halloween soirée in San Antonio, Texas, this weekend when a man dressed as horror film icon Freddy Krueger allegedly pulled a shotgun and opened fire, wounding several people, PEOPLE confirms.
A San Antonio police spokeswoman tells PEOPLE the violence began after two uninvited guests started an argument at a party in the city’s northwest side shortly before 5 a.m. Sunday.
As the two men were being kicked out of the home, one of them — dressed as the pizza-faced villain from the Nightmare on Elm Street film series — allegedly brandished a shotgun and fired on the party’s guests, according to the spokeswoman.
The two suspects immediately fled the scene.
It was not immediately clear if the second suspect, who did not open fire, was also costumed, according to police.
The police spokeswoman tells PEOPLE “several victims were injured,” but she wasn’t able to confirm the number of wounded, the severity of their injuries, their ages or sexes.
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Local media reports put the number of victims shot at five — four men and a woman, according to the San Antonio Express-News.
KENS 5 reports the conditions of three men transported to University Hospital were unknown, as was the condition of a fourth male victim who was being treated at Baptist Medical Center.
The female victim tried driving herself to the hospital but was involved in a crash along the way, News4 in San Antonio reports. She was later treated at Westover Hills.
The shooting is still under investigation and additional details will likely be released later Monday, the police spokeswoman tells PEOPLE.