Police Claim 2 Teenagers Were Killed In A ‘Targeted’ Shooting Incident In Massachusetts

Investigators say that on Wednesday in Lynn, Massachusetts, two juveniles were shot and murdered.

Police Claim 2 Teenagers Were Killed In A 'Targeted' Shooting Incident In Massachusetts

Police received multiple emergency calls reporting gunfire at approximately 10:21 p.m. When police arrived at the residence, they reported finding two male victims who had been shot.

North Shore Medical Centre was the destination for the two. In the emergency room, the 16-year-old victim was declared deceased. The male victim, who was 19 years old, passed away in the hospital as well.

Three people with several gunshot wounds were reported to Lynn police via 911 at approximately 8:32 p.m. on Tuesday, next to a Pizza Hut business. After being transported to Massachusetts General Hospital, the victims’ conditions seem to be stable.

According to Lynn Police Chief Christopher Reddy, the shootings seem to be targeted assaults, and he is requesting assistance from the public in his investigation.

There have been no takedowns.

The shootings were described by Mayor Jared Nicholson as “devastating, infuriating, and utterly unacceptable.”

“We will respond with increased police presence as needed and renewed urgency and clarity in our efforts for peace, justice, and a safer community,” he stated in a statement.

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