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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — At least 70 shots were fired during a triple shooting in Philadelphia’s Frankford section on Thursday night, police say. The incident happened on the 4700 block of Griscom Street around 10 p.m.

Police say a shootout unfolded between two different groups of people. One of the people in the group had a rifle, according to Chief Inspector Scott Small.

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Police say a 30-year-old man was found in the driver’s seat of a Mazda with a gunshot wound to the head. He was transported to Temple University Hospital and placed in critical condition.

A 28-year-old man was shot in his right knee, according to police. He arrived to Temple Hospital by private vehicle.

The third victim, a 27-year-old man, was shot in his left arm. He has already been discharged from Temple Hospital.

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Police say no arrests have been made, but they did recover weapons.

Police say multiple unattended cars were hit by gunfire during the shooting.

The shooting is under investigation.

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Mystery deepens as family break silence 12 years after horrific murder of two roommates in Phoenix

THE murder case of two roommates from 2010 in Arizona is still ongoing, even after families have recently broken their silence.

The crime took place during the first weeks of December 2010 in Phoenix.

2Nicole Glass (left) and Melissa Mason (right), 27, were strangled to death in December of 2010Credit: News 12

Nicole Glass and Melissa Mason, both 27 at the time, were strangled to death at their apartment near 42nd Street and Cambridge Avenue, per 12 News.

Mason was also pregnant at the time, and their deaths were devastating for both families.

“I loved her with my whole heart," Glass's mother, Rachel, said.

“She was outgoing and just had everything going for her. Taken away in a minute," she continued.

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To make matters worse, the case has remained open, as police have never identified a suspect in the murders, or even obtained legitimate leads for a suspect.

There has also been no motive confirmed either.

Despite this, local law enforcement has said that they gathered adequate evidence to run DNA testing, but have not received a positive match result.

Phoenix Police Department's Sgt. Brian Bower told 12 News that they continue to seek assistance in the community to get justice for Glass and Mason.

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"We're reaching out to the community still, again, twelve years later, to try to drum up any kind of tips that might be able to lead us to gather a little bit more information on who is responsible."

So far, no witnesses have even come forward to say that they had heard or seen anything that day either.

Police have decided to set up a billboard at 7th Street and Lincoln Drive to raise awareness about the search to find any leads for the 27-year-old's killer.

They've also increased a previous reward for any information to $13,000.

According to 12 News, anyone who knows anything can anonymously contact Silent Witness by calling 480-WITNESS.

Despite the lack of information thus far in 12 years, Rachel said that she won't stop trying.

"There'll never be closure," Rachel explained.

“I will never stop until I have justice for my daughter.”

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