Philadelphia Police say they are searching for the gunmen who killed a teenager, and open fired on a house with multiple children inside. According to a report from 6 ABC PHILLY, said the shooting happened on the 2600 block of North Hutchinson Street, in North Philly at around 6:30 p.m. on Monday evening.
Officers said they arrived to find a 16-year old male on the sidewalk, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. The teen was rushed to Temple University Hospital. He was pronounced dead a short time later. Police say a house across the street from where the teen was found, was also riddles with bullets.
Police say at least 10 bullets entered the home that was occupied by four children, and one adult at the time of the shooting. Luckily, no one inside the home was injured. Police say they believe the teen was the intended target. They also said there is video showing the shooters intentionally firing into the home. According to police, at least 20 shots were fired from two weapons, one of the weapons use was allegedly a rifle.
“The front seat driver and the front seat passenger both get out. You can clearly see the front seat passenger had a rifle in his possession, and then you see some movement walking around. And you can clearly see shots being fired into that house.”
Said Philadelphia Chief Inspector, Scott Small. The teenage victim has not been identified. No arrests have been made so far.