“Police in New Orleans are asking for help following Saturday night’s deadly shooting at a strip mall that left three people dead and seven others injured.
“Authorities say the two people who shot into a large crowd outside a daiquiri shop at about 8:35 p.m. are at large.
“In a press conference early Sunday, New Orleans Police Superintendent Michael Harrison said one of the shooters used a rifle and the other a handgun.
“He said they “appeared to have fired indiscriminately” into the crowd but then “stood over one individual and fired multiple rounds.” The pair then ran away.
“Harrison said the shooters were believed to be wearing hooded sweatshirts, but that was the only description available.
“He repeatedly asked for help from the public, stressing that “crimes like this only get solved with community participation.””
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