GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) -- Police in Grand Rapids are looking for three to four men who shot four people inside a home, killing one of them.
Police say the attack happened about 10:55 p.m. Saturday at a residence on the city's southeast side and say they don't have a motive for the shootings.
They identify the person killed as 34-year-old Jason Cherry. They say one of the wounded "sustained life-threatening injuries," while the other two were less seriously hurt.
Police say at least one of the attackers wore a red bandanna over his face. They're asking anyone with leads to call them at 616-456-3604 or to leave a confidential tip at www.silentobserver.org .
Police say there were no suspects in custody by midday Sunday.
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