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Four people were injured during a shooting incident at an LA restaurant frequented mostly by celebrities after Justin Bieber's concert.

The shooting took place just before 3:00 a.m. PST Saturday at The Nice Guy, North La Ceinega Blvd.

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Four people were injured during a shooting incident at an LA restaurant frequented mostly by celebrities after Justin Bieber's concert.

Authorities say that four people were hurt in a shooting Saturday morning at a West Los Angeles place frequented mostly by celebrities after a Justin Bieber concert.

The shooting took place just before 3:00 a.m. PST Saturday at The Nice Guy, an Italian restaurant which pays "honor to a decadent period of Mafia bars or restaurants", on North La Ceinega Boulevard.

According to police, three of the victims were shot, one was a male aged 19, another was a male aged 60, and the fourth victim was a male aged 24 years old.

Los Angeles police immediately transported the victims, aged 19 and 60 years respectively, to nearby hospitals. A third victim, aged 24, and a fourth victim were also taken to the hospital. Police released an update on Saturday afternoon that the fourth victim was also stable.
Videos uploaded to Citizen, an application that tracks criminal and police activity in real time, show people fleeing the area.
According to
TMZ, Justin Bieber performed at a concert at the Pacific Design Center on Friday night. He then reportedly hosted an after-party at The Nice Guy, with celebrity guests such as Drake, Tobey Mcuire, Kendall Jenner, Kendall Jenner, and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Bieber and Hailey Bieber were photographed apparently leaving the restaurant after the shooting.

According to TMZ, Rappers Gunna, Kodak Black and Lil Baby were reportedly standing outside the restaurant at 2:45 a.m. PT. The fight broke out and shots were fired.

LAPD released a press release saying that preliminary investigation had revealed that there was an altercation between several people at the site. "Gunshots were fired from an unknown suspect who fled south from the scene."

LAPD stated that the suspect was a Black male, but didn't provide any additional information.

In 2022, 140 shooting victims have been recorded by the LAPD, compared to 182 in the same period last year and 67 in the same period in 2020. Homicides have decreased 25% in the past year, but are up 25% in the last five years. Robbery incidents increased by 20% year-over, and by 2% compared with 2020.

The investigation by the LAPD into the shooting is ongoing.


 

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