A warehouse party shooting in Boyle Heights left four dead and three wounded on Sunday, June 12.

The warehouse on Lorena Street and Grand  Vista Avenue was the host of a party headlined by rapper Moneysign Suede of Huntington Park.

The event went south around 12:30 a.m., as gun shots rang out, immediately leaving three dead and three wounded. One of the critically wounded patients succumbed to their injuries on Monday, totaling four deaths from the mass shooting. The other two people transported were in stable condition.

“Just wanna get on here real quick to send my condolences to what happened after this paid show yesterday,” Money Sign Suede wrote in an Instagram post Sunday. “I pray for all the people who were injured and died last night.”

The rapper added that he was no longer in the building and was home by the time the incident occurred, emphasizing it was not his event and he was a paid performer.


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Two of the victims who were killed were identified as Los Angeles natives Randy Tyson, 25, and Daniel Dunbar, 27.

The shooter is still at large and no motive has been identified by authorities.

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