DETROIT -

Detroit police say four people were shot at a tax services business on Gratiot Avenue just north of East Warren Avenue on Detroit's east side Friday afternoon.

Police Chief James Craig said that three people, two women and one man, entered the Tax City on Gratiot Avenue at Sheridan Street.

One woman, Angel Moore, was angry that her refund check wasn't available for pickup and got into a shoving match with the security guard. The man with her then started shooting his gun. The three then ran from the store.

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One victim, the security guard at Tax City, was shot in the chest. He was taken to the hospital for surgery.

The other three victims, all women and Tax City employees, suffered less serious injuries, including shots to the hand and leg.

Police took a man into custody as he ran from the scene. They believe he was the shooter.

Chief Craig said officers would search for Angel Moore, but Deputy Chief Rodney Johnson said Moore turned herself in shortly after the chief made that announcement.

"At approximately 6:30 this evening, Miss Moore, who we were looking for, decided to turn herself in. She walked into the Ninth Precinct and gave herself up," Johnson said.

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