Ohio barbershop shooting leaves 3 men dead, 3 other people wounded; police seek public's help

A shooting at a suburban Cleveland barbershop has left three men dead and three other people wounded.

Police are looking for at least one suspect who burst into the Chalk Linez Barbershop in Warrensville Heights on Thursday night and opened fire.

City officials released few details in a Friday news conference but asked for the public's help. They won't discuss a possible motive or say how many people did the shooting.

The Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH'-guh) County medical examiner identifies the three dead men as William Gonzalez, Brandon White and Walter Lee Barfield.

Warrensville Heights police Chief Wesley Haynes says the people who survived are in stable condition. He says his community "does not go through incidents like this" and he's "glad" he has support from other law enforcement agencies.