New Orleans police asks for help after three people were killed and seven injured in a mall on Saturday night.
Authorities say the two men shot in front of a Daiquiri store in a large crowd 20:35
At a press conference on Sunday, New Orleans Police Superintendent Michael Harrison said one of the shooters had a rifle and the other uses a pistol. He said they had "fired indiscriminately into the crowd," but then "stood over one person and fired several rounds." The couple then ran away.
Harrison said the shooters were believed to wear hooded sweatshirts, but that was the only description available. He repeatedly asked for public help, emphasizing that "crimes like these can only be solved with the participation of the community."
"It has to be personal," said Harrison. "Shoot yourself randomly into a crowd, shoot 1
The seven victims in the hospital – five men and two women – are treated "to varying degrees" Some of them are more critical than others, "said Emily Nichols, head of Emergency Medical Services of New Orleans, at the press conference.  The three people who were declared dead at the scene were two men and one woman, and no names of the dead or injured were released by the New Orleans Police Department.
The mayor of New Orleans, LaToya Cantrell issued a statement on Saturday condemning the shootings.
"For this kind of violence, there is no place in New Orleans our city, when I say that we are disgusted, we are angry, and we have more than enough. "
In New Orleans, there is no room for this kind of violence, I speak for everyone in our city, when I say we are disgusted, we are angry, and we have more than enough, three more lives – gone. It has to end, it is unacceptable everywhere. pic.twitter.com/WqUWcf75V3
– Mayor LaToya Cantrell (@mayorcentrell) July 29, 2018
She added, "We will use all resources necessary to end this horror and see justice.
Another shootout was reported in another part of New Orleans late Saturday night, police said it was unclear whether the two events were related.