The police in New Orleans, La., Asks for help after Saturday night's deadly shot in a gallery that left three people dead and seven others injured.
Police say the two suspects shot a massive crowd outside a daiquiri shop at 8:35 pm Saturday is still big.
At a press conference at the beginning of Sunday, New Orleans told police superintendent Michael Harrison that one of the suspects used a rifle and the other a gun. He said they "seemed to have kicked unfairly" in the audience but then "stood over an individual and fired several rounds." The couple then fled to the foot.
Harrison told reporters that the suspects believed had a bag, but that is the only description available. He repeatedly asked for help from the public during the conversation and stressed that "crime like this only solves community participation."
"This must be personal," says Harrison. "Protecting indiscriminately in a crowd, shooting 1
The seven victims in the hospital – five men and two women – are treated "to a varying degree of conditions, something more critical than others," said Emily Nichols, director of New Orleans EMS, at the press conference.
The three people pronounced dead on stage included two men and one woman. No names of the dead or injured have been released by the police department in New Orleans. The authorities are still investigating subjects.
New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell issued a statement Saturday condemns the shot and added "we will devote all the necessary resources to end this horror and see justice done".
There There is no place in New Orleans for this type of violence. I speak to everyone in our town when I say we are upset, we are furious, and we've had more than enough. Three new lives – gone. It has to end. It's unacceptable anywhere. pic.twitter.com/WqUWcf75V3
– Mayor LaToya Cantrell (@mayorcantrell) July 29, 2018
"There is no place in New Orleans for this type of violence," said the statement, "I talking to everyone in our city when I say we are upset, we are furious, and we've had more than enough. "
Later that night another shooting was reported in another part of New Orleans, the police said it is unclear right now if the two events were connected.