DENVER, CO – A shooting in the residential area of Green Valley Ranch in Denver has left two people dead and four others injured, according to police. The victims include a man and a boy, with the condition of the injured not specified at this time.
Police spokesperson Sean Towle stated that the shooting does not appear to be random, indicating that there may be a specific motive. As of now, no arrests have been made, and authorities are actively working to gather information about potential suspects.
The incident took place early Sunday morning, with initial details being released by the police on social media at approximately 2:30 a.m. The victims were later pronounced dead about six hours following the shooting. The names of the deceased and the causes of death will be disclosed at a later time by the Denver medical examiner.
According to reports from KCNC-TV, four of the injured were transported to the hospital by ambulance, while the remaining two made their way to the hospital independently. The investigation into the shooting is ongoing, and authorities are urging anyone with information to come forward to assist in the case.
The tragic event has sent shockwaves through the neighborhood and has left the community in mourning. The motive behind the shooting and the identity of the assailant or assailants remain unknown, and residents are on edge as they await further updates from law enforcement.
As the investigation continues, the Denver community is coming together to support the victims and their families during this difficult time. The police have assured the public that they are dedicated to bringing those responsible to justice and restoring a sense of safety and security in the neighborhood.