PASS CHRISTIAN, MS (WLOX) - Two of the people injured in Sunday night's deadly shooting following the Pass Christian Mardi Gras parade have been released from the hospital. Two others are listed in stable condition.
The names of those four victims are not being released at this time. The two still hospitalized were shot in the left leg, and the other was shot in the left knee.
Two other victims were released from the hospital Sunday night. One victim was shot in the right leg, and the other was shot in the upper chest.
Detectives are still working to identify the person or people who shot and killed two men near Davis Avenue. And they're hoping someone may have captured a clue on video.
Police Chief Tim Hendricks said his investigators collected an assortment of evidence at the scene, and detectives still have a lot of information coming in. They're asking people who were at the parade to share any videos they have from the Davis Avenue area. An estimated 1,000 to 1,500 people were in the area of the shooting, and those videos could be critical to their investigation.
Since the shooting happened right after the city's Mardi Gras parade, the story has drawn national attention. It's also fueling rumors online that the attack was over a rebel flag, or that it was an act of domestic terrorism. Chief Hendricks said both of those rumors are untrue.
The chief said his officers have obtained a search warrant to go through and process the vehicle they impounded near the scene of the shooting Sunday. And they'll spend Monday interviewing more witnesses who might have information related to the case.