A game of dice may have led to the shooting that left two teenagers dead and four other people hurt Sunday in Capitol Heights, Maryland.
Multiple police sources told News4 about the dice game a day after 14-year-old Todd James Webb Jr. and 18-year-old Brian Davis were killed.
The high school students died after someone opened fire on the 6800 block of Walker Mill Road, in the parking lot of the apartment complex where Webb lived.
Police arrived about 2:45 a.m. Webb and Davis died, one man has life-threatening injuries, another person still is hospitalized with less serious injuries and two other people were treated at a hospital and released, police said.
Davis lived in Northwest D.C. and attended Roosevelt Senior High School. On Monday, students there left flowers and wrote notes about Davis on neon poster boards.
"It was a sad day," classmate Darius Sellers said.
Counselors were available at the school to speak with students. Students are planning a balloon ceremony in Davis's memory, they said.
Webb was a freshman at Suitland High School in Forestville, Maryland. He was shot just steps from his front door.
The high school was closed Monday. Counselors are expected to be on hand to talk with students.
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Police did not release any information on what preceded the shooting, and no arrests were announced.
Sources said they are confident they will be able to close the case quickly.
Police are offering a reward of up to $25,000 for information leading to an arrest and indictment.
Anyone with information about this case is asked to call police at 301-772-4925. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), text "PGPD" plus their message to CRIMES (274637) , or go to www.pgcrimesolvers.com to submit a tip online. A reward of as much as $25,000 is offered.