A deadly shooting in Boyle Heights left three people dead and three others wounded Sunday morning.
Gunfire broke out in the area of Lorena Street and Grand Vista Avenue, where a summer kick-off party was being held at a warehouse with performances by a rapper known as Money Sign Suede, a Huntington Park native.
Around 12:30 a.m., trouble unfolded and there was a shooting.
Police confirmed that six people were shot and three died. One person was found on the sidewalk. He was taken to the hospital where he died.
Three others were found shot and injured inside the warehouse. Two were found dead inside. Two others, according to police, self transported to the hospital for care.
On Monday, authorities identified two of the victims as Los Angeles natives Randy Tyson, 25, and Daniel Dunbar, 27. They both died at the scene.
It was unclear whether the shooting was gang-related and no arrests have yet been made.
According to the record label, Atlanta Records, the rapper signed with them about a year and a half ago. The party was advertised on social media.
Money Sign Suede released a statement on Instagram about the shooting, sending condolences and prayers to those that were injured and died. "My condolences and heart goes out to all the families of this hurt," the rapper wrote.
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