A pair of "cold-blooded killers" appear to be responsible for a series of deadly shootings last week in Tennessee's largest city, prompting Nashville Cops to warn its residents.
The Metro Nashville Police Department said the recent murders took place on Friday when Bartley Teal (33) and Jaime Sarrantonio (30) were gunned down at 3:30 pm in the Cobra Bar parking lot in East Nashville
" Officers throughout the city are looking for two cold-blooded killers who obviously have no respect for the sanctity of human life, "MNPD spokesman Don Aaron told a news conference on Friday, according to FOX1
Witnesses told the police that the suspects had approached the group that had just left a bar and went into a shop and tried to rob Teal, who was celebrating his birthday. After the shootings, the suspects fled to northern Nashville and threw the casualty's belongings into an alley, police said.
The suspects fled in a dark-colored Chevy, officials said.
The murders of Teal and Sarrantonio came just days after another man, 31-year-old Kendall Rice, was shot dead while he wanted to catch a bus to go to work. MHPD said that Rice left at 5:05 in the morning to get a bus in Madison, a neighborhood in northeastern Nashville, when a car with two men inside him awoke and someone was waiting for him in the open fire. Rice personal belongings were taken, FOX17 reports.
About 15 minutes after Rice was killed, another man was seriously injured in the Falcon View Apartments, which were in the same neighborhood. The police in the neighboring town of Goodlettsville reported that two men armed with a rifle tried to rob a man at 4:45 am in an apartment complex, but the victim was able to drive away.
AMID GUN VIOLENCE CRISIS, 
Another robbery attempt on August 8th shot the wife of a crew member of the band OneRepublic in the back when she was out walking with her dogs. The band posted a video on Twitter and launched a GoFundMe campaign to fund their long-term medical treatment.
The band's frontman, Ryan Tedder, said in the video, "The woman lost her spleen, she has now met her in a wheelchair and performing through several operations."
In an interview on Sunday with the Tennessean said the woman, who has asked not to be identified out of fear for her safety, said she saw a dark Chevy sedan run by her during her walk. The vehicle then returned quickly and she said the next thing she knew to be on the ground with her dogs.
"She just felt her stomach fill and see blood," her husband told the Tennessean. "She had the strength to call 911. Luckily, there's a nearby fire station, and I think they were the first to come to her."
BODY OF SHANANN WATTS WAS FOUND IN THE FLAT GRAVE, HOFDOCUMENT SAYS  The victim of another robbery, Ryan Noble, told FOX17 that he had been with friends near the Cobra on Wednesday when there were two men approached them with rifles and tried to rob them.
"I threw my wallet, I'm holding my face," Noble said. "I was whipped with a gun."
Now the East Nashville resident said he felt insecure in his neighborhood.
"I can not go to [Kro- ger] [grocery store] . I do not feel safe walking to Kroger or to the new bar or dog, "he told FOX17.
Nashville police ask anyone with information about the killers or the Chevrolet to contact Crime Stoppers at 615-742-7463.