Police identify victims killed in double shooting

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Police are looking for a gunman in connection with a double homicide in north St. Louis, across the street from a middle school.

It happened around 2:30 Wednesday afternoon on Belt Avenue and Cote Brilliante across from Langston Middle School.

Police say 35-year-old Michael Hennings and 27-year-old Ahsley Townsend sustained multiple gunshot wounds to the head and body inside a parked car. Both were pronounced dead at the scene.

Authorities say it wasn't a drive-by, as witnesses told police the suspect got out of his car and approached the victims.

 

8 comments

  • Denese Walker

    I read Dollinger comment before I saw the report. You are right she is “CREEPY” They need to talk to her because why was she smiling when she said they were boyfriend/girlfriend. There should have been NO smile, grin or anything on her face after loss of two young people.

  • morrow

    I notice that she smiles on every report serious or not. My friend says she has Botocks and can not control her facial expressions, i don’t know but she is not good at reporting, maybe they can put her on different assignments but no serious stuff bacause today that looked really bad.

  • morrow

    Does anyone remember when they put Mandy Murphy on that gang activity, she looked like a deer in headlights because that isn’t her style reporting on bad things like that. She is more laid back.

  • The Flocks Of Israel

    she’s smiling while the Afican American community go to hell,its our problem.(Lord have mercy on the 2 lost lives)

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