Bar shooting leaves four people critically injured

DOWNEY, CA – A shooting incident at a local bar in Downey, California, has left four people critically injured. The incident occurred at the Mambo Grill on Downey Avenue around 1:10 a.m. on Saturday. Authorities were alerted to the situation following reports of gunfire at the establishment.

Upon arrival, law enforcement discovered four individuals suffering from gunshot wounds. The preliminary investigation revealed that the shooter, accompanied by a woman, had been ejected from the bar earlier in the evening due to disruptive behavior. The pair left the scene but returned shortly after in a dark-colored SUV.

Eyewitnesses reported that shots were fired from the vehicle into the bar, hitting four patrons. The SUV then quickly fled the scene, heading south on Downey Avenue. The victims of the shooting were transported to a nearby hospital. They are currently in critical condition as a result of their injuries, but are considered to be stable.

On Saturday evening, the Downey Police Department released descriptions of a suspect and a person of interest in the case. The alleged shooter from the incident is described as a Hispanic male, between 5’7″ and 6’0″ tall, aged 25 to 30, and weighing between 160 and 195 pounds. He was last seen wearing a gray T-shirt, dark jeans, a white and purple Colorado Rockies hat, a gold chain, and white and gray Nike Air Jordan 1 sneakers.

The woman, believed to have been with the suspect at the time of the incident, is described as a Hispanic female, between 5’3″ and 5’6″ tall, weighing between 115 and 150 pounds, and aged 25 to 35. She was last seen wearing a black long-sleeved top, black pants, and black high heels. Authorities have warned civilians that the pair should be considered armed and dangerous, and are urging anyone with information to contact the Downey Police Department.