Lompoc’s latest shooting — at least the fourth in six days — left a man with a non-life-threatening injuries on Sunday morning,
An adult male received a gunshot wound to the arm, but police said the injury was not life-threatening.
Investigators have asked that anyone with information about the shooting contact the Police Department by calling 805.736.2341.
Additional information was not immediately available.
Lompoc has been plagued by shootings for several months, with at least four reported in the past six days.
On Dec. 16, a teen on the 700 block of North E Street received a single gunshot wound, and was taken to Lompoc Valley Medical Center for treatment of non-life-threatening injury.
Two days later, Lompoc police and Santa Barbara County sheriff’s deputies responded to a pair of shootings that occurred within a short time of each other, but did not locate any victims.
In response to the spike in violence, Lompoc started installing surveillance cameras throughout the city, with the intention of improving public safety.
The city has already installed 12 cameras at undisclosed locations, and hope to install between 80 and 100 cameras in total over the next several months.
Lompoc previously had about 10 cameras throughout the city, but those have been deemed dated and have low-grade technology.