Recently released surveillance video reveals the possibility of an additional shooter or shooters in thethat killed two people and injured more than 20 others after a rap concert in South Florida on Sunday.
The Miami-Dade Police Department previously released another video of the SUV used in the shooting that showed three masked men armed with assault-style rifles and handguns running around a corner and opening fire on a crowd. Police recovered the SUV, which was reported stolen two weeks earlier after it was abandoned in a canal.
The newest clip shows what appear to be flashes of gunfire from another vehicle in the parking lot.
In a statement Wednesday, Miami-Dade police acknowledged the footage: “We are aware of the video that is circulating on social media platforms and detectives are investigating the possibility of multiple shooters.”
Detectives believe the attack was part of a dispute between two groups with innocent concert-goers caught in the crossfire. One of those concert-goers, Ka’Dedra Thomas, was shot three times in the back.
“It really felt like I was in a movie, and seeing people dropping like that? It was females, people like me who had nothing to do with it. You’re going to shoot into a whole crowd of people? That’s wicked,” Thomas said.
Clayton Dillard III, 26, was one of two people pronounced dead at the scene. His father was emotional during a police news conference Monday. “You all killed my kid,” the man said. “You must burn.”
Police are still searching for the suspects.
Meg Oliver contributed reporting.