BALTIMORE (AP) - Baltimore police say they are investigating four deaths in a span of six hours.
Investigators say they do not have any indication that the deaths are related, but they are looking into all leads.
Police say the first killing occurred about 7:45 p.m. Friday. Three of the victims were shot in the chest while the fourth was stabbed in the chest and arm.
Investigators say they have found a person of interest in the stabbing death. However, homicide detectives are asking the public for their help in investigating the other three killings.
Police told WBAL AM that ( http://bit.ly/UH4TsP) that they are awaiting autopsy results to determine the identity of the stabbing victim. The other three victims were identified as 18-year-old Darius Shields, 20-year-old Delroy Davis and Tavon Pierson.
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