2 men killed in triple shooting at Denver Halloween party identified

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DENVER — The two men who died in a triple shooting at a Halloween party in Denver on Saturday have been identified.

Orlando Jackson, 27, died from gunshot wounds and Terrence Ashley, 34, died from a single gunshot wound, the Denver Office of the Medical Examiner said. Both deaths are being investigated as homicides.

Another man was in critical condition after the shooting at the multifamily unit in the 4300 block of Columbine Street, the Denver Police Department said.

Police first reported the shooting on Twitter a little before midnight on Saturday.

Investigators did not provide any information about what led to the shooting. It’s not clear whether the victims knew each other.

A relative of one of the victims said they were having a family Halloween party at the time.

A neighbor, who did not want to be identified, said he heard cars pull up, several shots fired and then saw some men running down the street.

Police have not released any information about whether they are looking for suspects in the shooting.