Hunt continues for gunman in Las Vegas Strip shooting
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- One of the busiest and most popular intersections in the world at Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo is running smoothly again after a fiery crash shut it down for hours.
Police are searching for the people in a black Range Rover who started it all Thursday morning when the suspects inside the car shot at the driver
of a Maserati, he died at the hospital.
"It's really sad that gun violence is happening more widespread everywhere," tourist Brenda Ster said. She and other tourists curious about the crash made their way down to the intersection where a small memorial lays for the Maserati driver identified as aspiring rapper Kenny Clutch and the two innocent people killed when Clutch's car slammed into a taxi cab.
The black Range Rover police are searching for took off and left behind a scene of carnage tourists said looked like a movie set.
"I think it's hard to believe the vehicle is still around," tourist Laura Gehling said. "If the person knows they're guilty for what they've done then they took off."
The hunt for that vehicle spans four states. It's described as a new-model Range Rover with tinted windows and black rims with out-of-state dealers tags. Metro said it doesn't have a good description of the suspects inside, but officers are reviewing area surveillance video for more information.
The Nevada Highway patrol said it received at least 50 calls since Thursday morning from people who reported seeing the car, but none of the reports were credible.
"I just hope and pray for the families and I hope justice is done in this situation," tourist Jose Rodriguez said.