WASHINGTON D.C. - It turns out police had some advance warning before the shooting at the National Zoo on Easter Monday -and they don't believe the shooting was random.
Investigators revealed they got some information that day about gang members that wanted to meet at the zoo and fight.
Officers from multiple agencies packed the zoo, and when they spotted trouble they told many visitors to leave. A few minutes later shots were fired near the zoo's entrance.
Two people were hurt.
Police now believe they were targeted - not chosen at random.
Zoo officials are looking at ways to increase and improve security.