Police say two people were shot early Sunday morning on Stroudsburg’s Main Street.

It happened between the 500 and 600 blocks.

Saylorsburg Resident Jeanessa Walsh says, "I lived here like my whole life in Saylorsburg, went to Stroudsburg and that doesn’t happen around here at all, that’s crazy."

Saylorsburg Resident Justin Hoffman says, "Want to know why, you know. Definitely why that would happen right here and for what you know."

People shopping at De Novo Clothing Exchange this morning are shocked to hear two people were shot nearby on Main Street around four yesterday morning.

Chief Jen Lyon of Stroud Area Regional Police says, "Officers were on a traffic stop in the 400 Block of Main when they heard several gunshots in the area. Officers immediately responded to the 500-600 Block of Main Street and discovered a victim lying on the sidewalk in the area of the Yard of Ale."

The victim had a gunshot wound to his lower back area. While officers were rendering him aid, they noticed another victim in a large crowd nearby. He was bleeding heavily and had gunshot wounds to his right bicep and right ankle.

Lyon says, "Both males had non-life threatening injuries and were transported to a local hospital."

Both victims were from New Jersey. The head coach at MMA Signatures which is also located in the same area of Main Street  calls the incident disheartening.

Head Coach Robert Santiago of MMA Signatures says, "We have a lot of good people here, good storefronts around. It’s just unfortunate that something like that would happen around here in our community."

Santiago is now going to worry walking around downtown. But police tell us it can happen anywhere at anytime.

Lyon says, "We don’t have any spikes in violent crime on Main Street. I would suggest anybody, anytime they’re out in public to be aware of their surroundings. There was just a shooting up with Pocono Mountain Regional Police, there was just a shooting at the Lehigh Valley Mall."

Police say this is an isolated incident. Anyone with information is asked to contact Stroud Area Regional Police.