CHICAGO - Chicago police are trying to determine whether a gang dispute sparked a weekend shooting that left two dead and 13 others wounded at party inside a Park Manor garage, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting.
Police spokesman Tom Ahern on Monday said investigators are "looking to see if there’s some kind of a gang nexus" that led to the shooting early Sunday at the South Side Think Tank, 6798 S. South Chicago Ave., the Sun-Times reported.
"They’re still looking into motive and they’re still talking to the witnesses [and] they’re talking to the victims," Ahern told the Sun-Times. "They’re just trying to piece together what could have possibly led up to this."
Ahern said police are also trying to determine whether a "personal conflict" could have precipitated the violence.
On Sunday, Chicago Police Supt. David Brown said the site of the mass shooting is a garage that houses a towing company and doubles as an event space for parties.