Vegas Shooting Sparks Manhunt

    LAS VEGAS, NV - FEBRUARY 21:  Las Vegas Metro officers investigate the site of what is being described as a gun battle between shooters in vehicles along the Las Vegas Strip on February 21, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. According to reports gunshots were fired between black SUV at a Maserati, causing the Maserati to crash into a taxi, that burst into flames. Five vehicles were involved in the subsequent crash with the Maserati driver and two people in the taxi being killed.  (Photo by David Becker/Getty Images)

    Scene of gun battle in Las Vegas on Thursday morning. (David Becker/Getty)

    A multistate manhunt has commenced after a drive-by shooting that left three people, including aspiring rapper Kenny Clutch, dead outside a hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. A black Range Rover SUV, occupied by a group of men, shot at two people in a Maserati following an altercation in the valet area of Aria Resort & Casino. The shooting caused a multi-car crash in which a taxi exploded, killing the two people inside. “Clearly the suspects in this shooting have no regard for the lives and safety of others,” said Las Vegas Metropolitan Sheriff Doug Gillespie at a news conference Friday. It is unclear how many people were in the now hunted Range Rover, but they are reportedly armed and dangerous. If you spot them, Gillepsie says, “you should not take action. Instead, call your local police department.”

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