Four men are dead after a shooting inside a Reading, Pennsylvania rowhome Sunday evening, the city's deputy police chief says.
Deputy Chief Jim Marasco said Monday afternoon described the shooting along South 3rd Street as a targeted act and said the public is not in danger.
The men, all in their early 20s, were shot around 6:45 p.m. on Sunday on the home's first floor. Three died inside the house while the fourth passed at the hospital, Marasco said. One victim lived at the home.
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Marasco said the act is classified as a mass shooting because of the number of victims.
Three of the victims have been identified as 20-year-old Jarlyn Lantigua-Tejadal; 23-year-old Juan Rodriguez; and 20-year-old Josh Santos. The fourth victim's identity has yet to be released.
Police have not identified a suspect and do not yet have a motive for the killings. Detectives have collected surveillance video from nearby homes with the hope they'll provide some clues as to who the shooter may be.