APD releases persons of interest photos from July shooting that killed 2, injured 12

APD releases persons of interest photos from July shooting that killed 2, injured 12
Atlanta police released these photos of persons of interest in a deadly shooting from 4th of July weekend. (Atlanta Police Department)

Atlanta police have released new persons of interest photos in a shooting that killed two people and injured 12 last month.

The shooting happened around 1 a.m. on July 5 off Auburn Avenue in northeast Atlanta. Police said a large group was watching fireworks when a car hit a pedestrian.

An argument broke out and escalated into gunfire, according to investigators. Police said 14 people were shot and taken to area hospitals.

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Two victims died and were identified as 20-year-old Joshua Ingram and 32-year-old Erica Robinson.

Here is a closer look at the surveillance photos.

Atlanta police released these surveillance videos from a July 5th shooting that killed two and injured 12.
Atlanta police released these surveillance videos from a July 5th shooting that killed two and injured 12.
Atlanta police released these surveillance videos from a July 5th shooting that killed two and injured 12.
Atlanta police released these surveillance videos from a July 5th shooting that killed two and injured 12.
Atlanta police released these surveillance videos from a July 5th shooting that killed two and injured 12.
Atlanta police released these surveillance videos from a July 5th shooting that killed two and injured 12.

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The shooting was one of several that Atlanta police worked during the holiday weekend. Police confirmed that 31 people were shot during 11 different incidents from July 3 to July 6.

Interim Atlanta Police Chief Rodney Bryant told Channel 2 Action News that it was the “most challenged, most violent weekend that I could recall.”

Anyone who recognizes the men in the surveillance photos is asked to call Atlanta police at 404-546-5572 or Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477. Tips can remain anonymous and be eligible for a reward.