Atlanta police seek ‘persons of interest’ in July shooting that killed 2, injured 12

Atlanta police are searching for these three men wanted for questioning in a July shooting.
Atlanta police are searching for these three men wanted for questioning in a July shooting.

Credit: Atlanta Police Department

Credit: Atlanta Police Department

Atlanta police on Friday released surveillance photos of four men wanted for questioning in a deadly shooting that killed two people and injured 12 others over the Fourth of July weekend.

The incident occurred about 1 a.m. July 5 as a large group of people gathered at an Auburn Avenue intersection to watch fireworks, police said previously. At some point, a car hit a group of partygoers, which sparked a fight that led to gunfire.

Atlanta police are also searching for this man wanted for questioning in a July shooting that left two people dead and injured 12 others.
Atlanta police are also searching for this man wanted for questioning in a July shooting that left two people dead and injured 12 others.

Credit: Atlanta Police Department

Credit: Atlanta Police Department

All 14 victims were driven to hospitals in private cars and two of them later died, police said. Those killed were identified as 20-year-old Joshua Ingram and 32-year-old Erica Robinson.

In the six weeks since, no arrests have been made in the case.

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The incident was part of a deadly holiday weekend that left five people dead and more than two dozen injured in a string of shootings across Atlanta.

Among those killed in the weekend gun violence was 8-year-old Secoriea Turner, who was shot hours earlier when a group of armed men opened fire on an SUV as it turned around in a University Avenue parking lot. One man, 19-year-old Julian Conley, has been charged with aggravated assault and felony murder in the case. Conley said he witnessed the shooting but didn’t fire.

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Anyone who recognizes the people in the surveillance photos is asked to call Atlanta police. Tipsters can remain anonymous, and be eligible for rewards of up to $2,000, by contacting Crime Stoppers Atlanta at 404-577-8477, texting information to 274637 or visiting the Crime Stoppers website.

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