Enlarge this imageA gunman entered the Hair World Salon and shot three people on Wednesday, according to Dallas police.Jamie Stengle/APhide captiontoggle captionJamie Stengle/APA gunman entered the Hair World Salon and shot Joey Lucchesi Jersey three people on Wednesday, according to Dallas police.Jamie Stengle/APA shooting that injured three women in a Koreatown salon this week may have been a hate crime and could be linked to two other shootings at busine ses run by Asian Americans, Dallas police say. Eddie Garcia, the city’s police chief, initially said there was no indication that Wednesday’s shooting was motivated by hate, according to The A sociated Pre s, but that has changed now that police have found that the three shootings may be connected.A review of offense reports showed that recent shootings at Asian-run busine ses could be David Bednar Jersey related, as the driver was in a similar vehicle each time, police say. No one was injured in the two previous shootings, the A sociated Pre s reported.Asian American And Pacific Islander Heritage Month 2022 A year after the Atlanta spa deaths, Asian American communities build stronger ties “The po sibility that we are dealing with a violent gunman who is motivated by hate is chilling and deeply disturbing,” Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson said in a statement Friday. “And I want our city’s Asian American community which has appallingly faced increasing vitriol in recent years to know that the City of Dallas and the people of Dallas stand with them Jose Pirela Jersey .” Police responded to a shooting Wednesday at Hair World Salon. A man had entered the salon and shot three women, according to police. One witne s said the suspect ran from the busine s to an older red minivan. The Picture Show Asian American teens navigate being themselves as their communities are targeted The city’s police department said it has reached out to partners including the FBI and member agencies of the Joint Terrorism Task Force. Police also said they are notifying the Trey Wingenter Jersey Anti-Defamation League and the mayor’s Anti-Hate Advisory Council. A Korean American safety town hall meeting is scheduled, too. “We offer our unwavering support to all the individuals impacted by this act of hate and stand in solidarity with the Asian American community,” the mayor’s Anti-Hate Advisory Council said in a statement.”Each of us is responsible for watching out for one another and for contacting our local police department to report any potential acts of hate,” the council said. “We must work together to eradicate hate from our community.”