BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- The efforts of Bridgeport police, the U. S. Department of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms and Federal Bureau of Investigation have been unable to find any leads in a mass shooting Sunday that left 13 injured , according to the Connecticut Post.
Police said that two shooters fired at the Plymouth Street backyard party through a hedge at around 1:30 a.m. Sunday. The majority of the 13 victims have been released from the hospital, however one woman remains at Yale-New Haven Hospital in serious condition, according to the Connecticut Post.
None of the people who were shot have so far been able to identify their assailants, according to the Connecticut Post. Police Captain Brian Fitzgerald told the Connecticut Post that the numerous resources at his disposal have been looking at possible connections to shooting that occurred hours earlier at a party on Priscilla Street, roughly a quarter mile north of Plymouth Street.
Police have also been speaking to people as far north as New Haven, as well as using Internet resources to search for clues, the Connecticut Post reported.
Police have asked anyone with information about the shooting to call 203 576-TIPS (8477).
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