Authorities reached out Thursday for assist in figuring out and monitoring down these liable for two shootings – one during which two teenagers died – during the last seven months in Nationwide Metropolis.
The primary of the 2 assaults happened within the 1800 block of East seventeenth Avenue about 11:30 p.m. Oct. 28, in accordance with Nationwide Metropolis police.
Patrol officers arrived to search out Edwin Barrera, 18, and Gillian Aguilera, 16, wounded by gunfire.
The victims, who had been attending a Halloween celebration within the space, have been pronounced lifeless at hospitals, Detective Sgt. Roberto Gonzales stated.
Police consider that there are witnesses to the slayings who haven’t come ahead to report what they noticed.
“Detectives consider the extra witnesses could have video proof that would support in fixing the crime,” Gonzales stated.
The second capturing, within the 2500 block of East Plaza Boulevard about 10 p.m. Feb. 4, left Ismael Astorga, 17, and Michael Porter, 20, with gunshot wounds to their heads, in accordance with police.
Surveillance video captured pictures of somebody leaving the world in a grey sedan instantly following the capturing.
Anybody with details about both case is requested to name San Diego County Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477 or contact the company on-line. Tipsters could stay nameless and might be eligible for a reward of as much as $1,000.
– Metropolis Information Service