A 16-year-old boy was shot and killed in Chicago during a weekend of shootings that left four others dead and 60 others injured.
The teenager was shot in the abdomen on Chicago's south side on Sunday evening and pronounced dead after being transported to the hospital, according to police.
Police say that the suspect has not been arrested.
Over the weekend, according to statistics from Chicago police, a total of 65 people were shot across the city in 43 different shooting incidents, including one incident where a car drove by a church on July 23 where a funeral was going on, and the occupant shot three people.
Police told Fox News Digital that three people were shot in the 0-100 block of East 108th St. at around 2:30 p.m. on July 23, which is outside the Universal Community Missionary Church.
According to police, the victims range in age from 20 years old to 37 years old and they were taken to a local hospital in good condition.
Police said that a 20-year-old male was shot in the abdomen, shoulder, and leg. Another victim, a 37-year-old male, was shot in the upper right thigh. The third victim is a 25-year-old male who was shot in the upper right side of the back.
During a verbal altercation inside a South Side home on Sunday, a 37-year-old male attempted to intervene in an argument between a male offender and a 25-year-old female and was shot in the head and pronounced dead on the scene, according to police. The female suffered a gunshot wound to the armpit and is in stable condition.
Police said the incident was domestic related.
In another incident on early Sunday morning, a group of males were in the process of changing a tire on the street when a dark SUV drove by with a male exiting the vehicle and firing multiple shots, then fleeing the area.
One 30-year-old individual was shot in the face and pronounced dead on the scene, and two others were transported to a local hospital in critical condition.
Police say that no suspects are in custody.
Last weekend, 8 people were killed, and 17 others were wounded by shootings across the city, according to WLS-TV.