DETROIT (AP) - Detroit police say gunfire broke out at a barbershop known for gambling activity, leaving at least two people dead.
Police say the shootings happened Wednesday evening at Rockies barbershop. Spokeswoman Kelly Miner says nine people were shot and two of them are confirmed dead.
Police had initially said three people were dead, but later revised that number.
It's not clear how many people may have opened fire.
Police Chief James Craig told reporters that "suspects engaged a couple of victims" and that "several shots were fired." He wasn't sure if any victims fired back.
The barbershop is in a strip mall along a major road on Detroit's east side.
Craig says the barbershop is a known gambling site but doesn't know if the shooting was gambling-related.
DETROIT (AP) — Detroit police say gunfire broke out at a barbershop on the city's east side Wednesday night, leaving at least three people dead.
Police spokeswoman Kelly Miner said the shootings happened about 6 p.m. at Al's Barbershop. Miner says nine people were shot and three of them are confirmed dead.
Miner says she doesn't know the ages or sexes of the victims or how many people may have been shooting.
The barbershop is in a strip mall along a major road.
Additional details about the shooting were not immediately available.
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