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Two killed, two others injured in shooting in SW Baltimore neighborhood

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Posted at 11:38 AM, Jul 29, 2022
and last updated 2022-07-29 17:22:20-04

BALTIMORE — Two people people died, and two others were injured, in a quadruple shooting Friday morning in Southwest Baltimore.

The shooting happened around 10:30 a.m. on W. North Avenue.

One man died at the scene, while another was taken to the hospital where he died.

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Another man was found shot in the back inside a home. He was taken to the hospital.

A 63-year-old woman, who was waiting at the bus stop, was shot in the ankle.

No arrests have been made.

"I was cleaning out my car, getting my car situated, and shots started from all the way up the street," said Trevon Thaniel.

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Thaniel said he took cover in his car when he heard the gunshots.

"I jumped in my car," Thaniel said. "Everyone was running down screaming. By the time the cars went the opposite direction everyone was trying to see what was going on."

Police said they were already in the area after getting a hit on a stolen car.

Residents said they saw multiple people running and that's when they learned about the shooting.

"It was at least one lady right here across the street from me on the bus stop. She got shot in her ankle," Thaniel said.

Police confirmed that woman was 63 years old, one of two victims injured. The other was a 27-year-old man.

"One of the victims was indeed waiting on a bus and that victim is one of the non-fatal victims," Baltimore Police Deputy Commissioner Sheree Briscoe said.

Thaniel said he saw the man police pronounced dead at the scene.

"When they were driving down the street, they were still shooting, so I’m not sure if he was shot as he was running or he was running cause he was shot, but either way, he ended up across the street from where I was," Thaniel said.

Police said one man appeared to be the target after the suspects engaged in some sort of altercation.

"The other victims appear at this point to not have been the target of the intent," Briscoe said.

Officials said after the individuals were shooting on the block they carjacked a vehicle trying to flee the scene and ended up crashing into another vehicle, injuring the driver inside.

"We will not stop. Our detectives will not stop until we find these individuals who carried out this cowardly act," Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott said. "We asking everybody who knows anything to let us know what you know about this incident."

Two people are dead in a quadruple shooting that happened at 10:35 Friday morning on W. North Avenue near North Longwood Street in Baltimore.

Baltimore Police were already in the area near Bloomingdale Road because they had gotten a hit on a stolen car. They saw multiple people running and that's when they learned about the shooting.

Two men died. A third man was found shot in the back inside a home. He was taken to the hospital.

The fourth victim is a 63-year-old woman who was waiting at the bus stop. She was shot in the ankle and is expected to survive.

Police are looking for three suspects in this shooting. Police say the suspects carjacked someone after the shooting, then crashed the car and ran from the scene.

The person carjacked and the people in the crash were not seriously injured.

At this time police do not have good descriptions of the suspects.

There is a large police presence in the area.

Homicide detectives are investigating this incident. Anyone with information is urged to contact detectives at 410-396-2100 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7Lockup.