GRPD searching for suspects after 2 men shot and killed

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- Grand Rapids police are investigating after two men were found shot to death early Saturday morning.

Police were flagged down in the area of Division and Graham Streets just before 2 a.m. after a car ended up crashing into some trees.

When officers approached the car, they found a man, 27, shot to death of an apparent gunshot wound.

Moments later, they found another man, 23, in the parking lot of the Big Save store also dead of a gunshot wound. Police believe he was ejected from the car during the crash.

Police at the scene say they believe the two men were shot at a different location and tried driving to the hospital before crashing the car.

At last check, no suspects are in custody and no description is available.

If you know anything about this case you are being asked to call Grand Rapids Police or Silent Observer.

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3 comments

    • learnedmylesson25

      Remind me again,where in Grand Rapids,there IS a good part of the city.I commented after the Fremont ave drive-bys last Monday,that I wouldn’t be surprised if something like this would happen.Took 4 days.The shooting could have easily happened on the formerly “good” side of town–the West side–now just as bad as Division and Franklin,and they drove the vics to Franklin and Divs.Thanks again Mayors Bliss and Heartwell for all you’ve done to speed up the demise of GR.

  • learnedmylesson25

    Shooting on 6th and McReynolds Sat night/Sun morning.More of the same,following the Fremont driveby.What will Bliss do about this?Accept it and bring more low income housing in?Or fix this by removing these buildings and houses and rebuilding.I vote for the latter.