2 shot in downtown Detroit in separate incidents including 15-year-old near Campus Martius

Two people were shot in a pair of incidents - including a 15-year-old hit in the neck in downtown Detroit near Campus Martius.

Detroit Police Chief James White said the teen boy was wounded near Campus Martius and a second person was shot in the leg in front of Buffalo Wild Wings, 1218 Randolph Street, in a separate - but connected - incident. 

The suspect wanted in the first shooting, which happened at about 10 p.m., is described as a young African-American wearing all black, near Michigan Avenue and Griswold, where tonight's 19th annual Tree Lighting was held earlier. 

The teen shot in the neck is hospitalized in critical condition, according to White,

"A bunch of kids hanging out downtown, one group gets into it with another group," the chief said. "It's unfortunate they have to bring guns downtown when we should all be having a good time."

FOX 2's Camille Amiri said she saw people were cleared from Campus Martius, leaving the skating rink after a worker said they heard reports of gunshots.

Stay with FOX 2 for more information as it becomes available.