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Oceanside police set up tip line for deadly shooting

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OCEANSIDE (CNS) - Oceanside police Saturday set up a special anonymous tip line as they investigate a double homicide in Libby Lake Park on Wednesday.

Police detectives said they need people with any information to call them at (760) 435-4730.

At 8:50 p.m. that night, Oceanside police responded to a 911 call of shots being fired in Libby Lake Park. They found four juvenile victims, two dead on arrival, from gunshot wounds.

The two remaining victims were transported to trauma hospitals for treatment.

The motive for the attack was unknown to police, and they have withheld the identities of the victims pending notification of next of kin.

Witnesses described suspects being sought as Hispanic males wearing dark clothing, Oceanside Police said. Suspects were last seen fleeing the area in a gray or silver 2005 or 2006 Toyota Tacoma or Toyota Tundra extended-cab style pickup.

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