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Third teen victim identified from deadly Inner Harbor shooting over the weekend

Police have identified possible suspects
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Posted at 9:57 PM, May 28, 2022

BALTIMORE — Baltimore City Police are investigating a double shooting downtown at the Inner Harbor.

Officers were in the area around 7:34 Saturday night when they heard gunfire.

They responded to the area and found 2 victims in the 300 block of East Pratt Street.

Inner Harbor Shooting

According to police a 17-year-old female and a 17-year-old male were rushed to Shock Trauma and into surgery.

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The 17-year-old male, identified as Neal Mack, died at the hospital. The 17- year-old female victim remains in stable but serious condition.

A third victim was also identified on Wednesday evening.

A 15-year-old girl, who was present during the time of the shooting, suffered a non-life-threatening graze wound to her head.

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Detectives are asking if anyone has any information about these two people to call them at 410-396-2100.

Mayor Brandon Scott released the following statement in response to the double shooting:

"I am aware of the shooting at the Inner Harbor this evening and have been briefed by Commissioner Harrison. My heart is with the teenage victims and their families. I am grateful for the speedy response by BPD officers, who arrived on the scene in under a minute and rendered aid to both victims," Scott said.

“I am sickened that this plague continues to grip our city. Another senseless act of violence results in another life lost in our city. We can be better; I will continue to push every public safety agency to do more, but it will also require all of us to collectively say enough is enough, that we’re not going to accept or allow violence in our city. The mission to build a safer Baltimore requires all of us to lean in because the stakes are too high and the need too urgent," Scott added.
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Baltimore Police Commissioner, Michael Harrison, called the shooting an "unnecessary tragedy."

Police Commissioner speaks on the shooting