If you have information about the shooting call (209) 533-5815.

A man was shot at a property where marijuana was being grown Saturday night in the Stanislaus National Forest west of Tuolumne by a man with a group of people in camouflage clothing and camouflage masks, according to a report by the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office. Sgt. Andrea Benson said there have been no arrests, and investigators are seeking information about the shooting.

The victim was flown to a Modesto area hospital, she said.

According to a Sheriff’s Office press release, a man was shot on Buchanan Road and Forest Road 2N11 in Tuolumne.

Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office logs said authorities were called at 8:48 p.m. by someone who said their renter “called him frantic saying he has been shot.”

The victim was described as a 40-year-old man. It was unknown who shot him, the log said.

According to the press release, deputies were contacted by a man at the property who came out of a travel trailer covered in blood.

He said several men in camouflage and masks had shot him and left in his off-road vehicle.

Tents with mairjuana plants inside were found on the property, the press release said.

The approximate location where the shooting occurred near the intersection of Forest Road 1NO1 (also called Buchanan Road) and Forest Road 2N11 is near the Hunter Creek off-highway vehicle area in the Mi Wok Ranger District of the Stanislaus National Forest.

According to the Forest Service, the area ranges in elevation from 2500 feet at Hunter Creek to 5800 feet at Duckwall Mountain.

Benson said Monday detectives were in the field working on the investigation and she had no further information.

Contact Giuseppe Ricapito at (209) 588-4526 or gricapito@uniondemocrat.com . Follow him on Twitter @gsepinsonora.