Two teens killed, four others injured in suburban D.C. shooting

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The scene of a shooting in suburban Washington, D.C. that left two teenagers dead and four other people injured. (Photo: WRC-TV)

A shooting just outside the nation’s capital leaves two teenagers dead and four other people injured early Sunday morning.

Todd Webb Jr., 14, and Brian Davis, 18, were shot and killed after a party on Walker Mill Road in Capitol Heights, Maryland just before 3 a.m. Sunday. Four other people were injured, and two remain hospitalized – one of them with life threatening injuries. No one has been arrested, and police are interviewing witnesses.

WRC-TV in Washington is reporting that several cars were towed from an apartment building parking lot, the alleged scene of the shooting. One car had a rear window shot out. The front door to the apartment building was also damaged by gunfire.

“Detectives do not believe this was a random incident,” police said, according to Reuters.

Police are offering up to $25,000 for information leading to an arrest.

Capitol Heights is a suburb of Washington, D.C.