Police Monday hunted two gang killers who murdered two middle-aged men after a deadly midnight argument In Wilmington.
The victims, aged 40 and 44, began arguing with two other men at 11:59 p.m. Saturday in the 900 block of North Neptune Avenue when the suspects pulled out handguns and began wildly firing, the Los Angeles Police Department reported.
Paramedics arrived shortly thereafter early Sunday and rushed both victims to an area hospital.
However, the two victims were pronounced dead.
The two suspects immediately ran from the scene before police and paramedics arrived, according to authorities.
There was no word of a motive or what the argument may have been about. Police did not disclose how they knew of the argument.
The LAPD’s Harbor Community Station urged anyone with information regarding the shooting to call them at 310-726-7700.