OAKLAND -- SWAT teams descended on a home Friday in search of a person connected to a shooting earlier in the day, but no suspects were found, police said.

Oakland police were looking for a suspect involved in a shooting near West MacArthur Boulevard and Broadway around 12:30 p.m. that injured a man. The man hit by gunfire was able to make it on his own to a hospital, where he was being treated for non-life threatening wounds.

Witnesses were able to provide a description of the shooter's vehicle and police traced it to an apartment complex in the 6400 block of Shattuck Avenue.

About 1:10 p.m., police brought out three men in handcuffs from the a North Oakland apartment complex. By Friday evening, two of the three men were released from custody, while the third remained in custody for questioning, police said. It was not known how they might be connected to the shooting.

Police shut down Shattuck in the area and closed roads between Dover and Racine streets, from 63rd to 66th streets, to search for suspects.

SWAT teams were sent in for a more thorough search of the 6-unit apartment building around 3 p.m., after it had been evacuated earlier.

A nail salon and braid shop under the apartment building were also evacuated while police conducted the search.

At least one suspect in the shooting is still at-large, police said.