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Shooting at Houston Strip Club Claims 2 Lives, Injures 1

Shooting at Houston Strip Club Claims 2 Lives, Injures 1

Shooting at Houston Strip Club Claims 2 Lives, Injures 1

After a shooting overnight in a strip club parking lot, two guys are dead and one is in the hospital on Friday.

When Houston police arrived on the scene at Diosa Caberet on the 1000 block of West Rankin Road at around 2:15 a.m., they saw a throng of individuals in the parking lot.

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Although investigators claimed the shooting was part of a robbery attempt, it appears the two suspects were unsuccessful in their plans.

When police officers arrived, one man had already passed away, and a second man had been taken to the hospital but later passed away.

According to investigators, all three victims are Hispanic and entered the club on Friday at 2:00 a.m.

They were not let into the strip club because it was about to close because, according to the cops, they were inebriated.

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Two Black men then approached them in the parking lot as they were making their way back to their car, according to the police.

The two criminals allegedly demanded money during some sort of conversation, and when the victims resisted, shots were allegedly fired.

Investigators are currently seeking to obtain surveillance footage that could be crucial in identifying suspects because all of the victims were unarmed.

The information from the security video, together with the fact that this business complies with the recently established municipal code, will assist investigators piece together what happened, according to HPD Assistant Chief Chandra Hatcher.

The suspects might have driven off in a dark SUV, according to speculation.

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