BALTIMORE - Two women are dead and police have yet to locate any suspects after a pair of shootings Thursday night in Baltimore City.l
At about 9 o’clock, someone shot a passenger in a car as she sat at the intersection of South Augusta Avenue and Frederick Road in Southwest Baltimore.
The young woman, who’s now been identified as 19-year old Nana Mensah of Randallstown, died from a gunshot wound to the head.
She was just 19-years old.
"I just thank God I wasn't outside, and it's unfortunate and sad, because bullets don't have a name on it and it's tragic to hear anything like that happening to anyone cause no one deserves that," said Tierra Holmes who lives nearby.
Police in that case are searching for a two-door gray Honda with tinted windows and Chesapeake Bay tags.
Just a few hours before that shooting, police in Cherry Hill responded to Reedbird Avenue where a woman had suffered multiple gunshot wounds.
The victim reportedly told police she had been driving when she picked up a man in the neighborhood who shot her.
She later died.
There’s no evidence the victim was operating a licensed cab.
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