Three people were killed and a fourth person injured in a quadruple shooting Sunday night in Gwinnett County.
Police on Monday were still trying determine the identities of the people involved and the circumstances of the shootings.
Initially, officers found two victims suffering from gunshot wounds, police spokesman Cpl. Jeffery Richter said.
Both were transported to Gwinnett Medical Center, where one was pronounced dead, Cpl. Richter said. The second person’s condition was not immediately available.
As the investigation continued, officers found two other victims early Monday morning.
“Due to conflicting information as to the location of the possible suspects,” the department’s SWAT unit was dispatched to the scene to check the residence for any remaining suspects or victims.
“During the search of the residence, two additional bodies were discovered and both were deceased,” Cpl. Richter said.
Police have not revealed a motive for the shootings, which have others in the neighborhood just west of Norris Lake concerned.
Neighbor Sonja Freeman told Channel 2 Action News she was “scared that something could happen, that they could come to our house because we live right around the corner.”
Sunday night’s shooting was the second deadly shooting on the street in two years, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
In April, 2011, 47-year-old Marvin Tyus was shot and killed during a home invasion at his house in the 4600 block of Anderson Livsey Lane.
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