Five people and an unborn baby were found dead in the U.S. city of Indianapolis on Jan. 24, local time, NBC reported.
A police spokesman said police found an underage male shot several times around 4 a.m. that day in northeast downtown Indianapolis, and later found other victims in a house less than half a mile away, where a pregnant woman and her baby died after being taken to the hospital.
The names and ages of the victims have not been released, and the motive for the crime is unknown.
Indianapolis Police Chief Randal Taylor said the killing had nothing to do with the city’s “gun, drug abuse and poverty” impact in recent years, and said that while no connection between the victims has been found, the incident was not a random killing.
The police said that no suspects have been identified yet and that there may be more than one killer.