Gunfire broke out Wednesday evening at a Detroit barbershop known for gambling activity, leaving at least two men dead, police say.
The shootings happened about 6 p.m. at Al’s Barber Shop, said police spokeswoman Kelly Miner. She said nine men were shot and two of them were confirmed dead.
Details were sketchy because police were still investigating what happened, and it wasn’t yet clear how many people opened fire.
Police Chief James Craig told reporters at the scene that “suspects engaged a couple of victims” before “several shots were fired.” He said it’s not known if any of the victims fired back.
Miner said two cars pulled up outside the barbershop and people in the vehicles exchanged gunfire with each other.