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10 shot including pregnant woman, 2 dead in city violence

Posted at 2:07 PM, Aug 22, 2020
and last updated 2020-08-24 17:21:05-04

BALTIMORE — Baltimore City Police are looking for the suspect or suspects involved in several shootings from this weekend.

According to the department's social media accounts, more than a dozen people were injured in separate incidents since Friday night. Two of those cases were fatal.

The two fatal shootings happened Friday between 9:45 p.m. and 10:13 p.m.

Investigators say two men were shot in the 3400 block of Violetville Lane Friday night. One of them a 20-year-old was killed.

Police say a 29-year-old man died of his gunshot wounds after an incident on was shot on Washington Boulevard Friday.

On Saturday, detectives were led to the Rosemont neighborhood for reports of gunshots. When they arrived in the 1500 North Ellamont Street they found a pregnant woman walking and in a state of shock.

Investigators say the 34-year-old woman had been shot in the arm, backside and upper body.

Neighbors tell WMAR 2 News the woman along with a possible suspect did not live in the neighborhood. A nearby corner store employee spoke about the victim, under the conditions of anonymity.

"The victim had come to purchase a sandwich," said the employee. "I guess she was coming back. She had put her order in and she was coming back to get it and from that point gun fire had erupted. It really disgusts me, first that it was a woman hit and then to find out she is pregnant."

Other shootings from this weekend include an incident on St. Thomas Avenue in northeast Baltimore were two men were shot Saturday around 5:16 p.m. Investigators found them at an area hospital.

There were two other shootings Saturday morning between 1:48 a.m. and 2 a.m.

Police report at least four other shootings on Sunday with more people injured.

If you have any information about these cases, you're encouraged to call police. You can also remain anonymous and go through the Metro Crime Stoppers tip line 1-866-7LOCKUP.