Five young men were struck and wounded in a drive-by shooting at a Bronx graduation party early Friday, police said.

The gunfire erupted on Zerega Avenue near Watson Avenue in Unionport around 1am.

Police said private security had been hired for a graduation party there, and the suspects were either escorted from the party or denied access.

A short time later, a least one person opened fire at the crowd from the sunroof of a passing dark-colored sedan.

A 16-year-old teen was struck in the chest. Three others — ages 17, 20 and 21 — were hit in the leg. A 19-year-old man was shot in the hip, police said.

All the victims were rushed to Jacobi Medical Center and were in stable condition.

The suspects are still being sought.

  • Top Feature Photo: A bullet hole is seen in the rear door at the scene of a graduation party on Zerega Avenue in the Bronx where five men were wounded in a drive-by shooting – Theodore Parisienne/for New York Daily News