Video: Gunmen Fire 100 Shots into Fourth of July Party, Killing Two in Philadelphia

Two people were killed after four gunmen fired more than 100 shots into a crowd at a Fourth of July party.

Steve Marroni

pennlive.com

(MCT)

Two people were killed after four gunmen fired more than 100 shots into a crowd at a Fourth of July party outside of a Philadelphia storefront.

Police have released surveillance video of the shooting in an effort to apprehend the suspects.

The shooting occurred Sunday night outside of the Premiere Bande on 60th Street between Walnut and Chestnut streets in West Philadelphia, NBC 10 is reporting.

The event organizer, Sircarr Johnson Jr., and Salahaldin Mahmoud, both 23, were killed in the shooting, according to reports. Police say Mahmoud was the cousin of April Street, who is the wife of Pennsylvania State Sen. Sharif Street, reports indicate.

A 16-year-old girl was also injured in the shooting and is listed in stable condition, according to reports.

Philadelphia police released the video, which shows the gunmen rounding a corner and opening fire on the crowd, which ran for cover.

Police are seeking the public’s help in finding the gunmen, offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to an arrest, according to reports.

Anyone with information can call the police tip line, 215-686-8477.

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