LARGO, Md. – Three men were gunned down Sunday night at a Maryland restaurant after an argument during the Super Bowl, the Washington Post reported Monday.
The shootings ocurred at about 9:20 p.m. at the Uno Chicago Grill in Largo. Police could not determine if the argument had anything to do with the game. Witnesses said the shooting occurred about the time the New York Giants scored a touchdown early in the fourth quarter.
Terrance Lynne Sneed, 22, of Hyattsville, and Curtis Lee Poston, 26, of Temple Hills, were shot in the bar area of the restaurant, which was packed with people watching the game, police told the Washington Post. Charles Dontee Harrison, 25, of Landover, fled the restaurant and was shot dead in the parking lot.
The victims were believed to be arguing with two other men during the game when one pulled out a gun and started firing. The two are described as black males in their 20s, one with dreadlocks and a light complexion while the other had darker skin and was heavy-set, the Washington Post reported.
Police say the gunman fled the scene in a red Dodge Charger.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.