DC police looking for suspects caught on camera in deadly Northeast homicide

D.C. police are looking for multiple suspects and a vehicle after a deadly shooting in Northeast was caught on camera last week.

Video from the scene shows three men approach a moving vehicle on the street.

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One man opens up firing multiple rounds; and then a second figure also fires at the vehicle before the trio returns to their car.

Police began investigating the shooting in the 900 block of Irving Street, Northeast on September 9 when they found two men suffering from gunshot wounds.

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Around 4:34 p.m., they found the first victim at the shooting scene.

They found a second victim shortly afterward in the 800 block of Michigan Avenue.

Police say emergency crews administered aid, but one of the victims died.

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They’ve identified the victim who died as 31-year-old Jonathan Raiford of Northeast.

If you have any information that may help investigators, call (202) 727-9099.