CHICAGO — Two people are dead on Monday after a shooting inside of a convenience store on the city’s South Side, police say.
According to Chicago police, the shooting happened in the 6200 block of South Ashland Avenue in Englewood around 2:35 p.m.
A portion of West Ashland Avenue was blocked off at West 63rd Street around 4 p.m. as crews investigated the scene.
Police say a victim and a 28-year-old offender were involved in a fight before both suffered fatal gunshot wounds.
According to police, both people involved were taken to the hospital where they were pronounced dead.
Currently, it is unclear what led to the altercation or who fired the shots. Police say CPD Area One Detectives are now investigating.