Updated: Jul 5
After three days, no arrests were made in the case of the Baltimore block party shooting that left two people dead and 28 more wounded. Authorities are offering a $28,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of suspects. Police were seeking at least two suspects who used at least three guns in the attack, Forbes reports. As of Monday, seven victims remained in the hospital, and four of them were in critical condition. The shooting took place about 12:30 a.m. Sunday at a block party in the Brooklyn Homes area in the southern part of the city, said acting Police Commissioner Richard Worley, reports the Associated Press. A Wichita, Kan., shooting left seven people with gunshot wounds and two more hospitalized after being trampled as people rushed out of a nightclub early Sunday.
In Baltimore, nine victims were transported by ambulance and 20 victims walked into area hospitals with injuries from the shooting. An 18-year-old woman was found dead at the scene and a 20-year-old man was pronounced dead at a hospital shortly after. “I want those who are responsible to hear me, and hear me very clearly,” Mayor Brandon Scott said at the scene. “We will not stop until we find you, and we will find you. Until then, I hope that every single breath you take, that you think about the lives that you took, think about the lives that you impacted here tonight.” Scott asked anyone with information to come forward to help locate the “cowards” responsible for the shooting.