Police: No suspects in shooting deaths of 4 men in row home

An officer looks out from a row home where authorities say at least four people have been shot to death the day before, in Reading, Pa., Monday, Jan. 29, 2018. (Matt Rourke/AP Photo)

READING, Pa. -- Authorities say they have no suspects in the shooting deaths of four men in a Pennsylvania home, and officials in officials in Reading can't remember a case in which so many people were fatally shot.

Police said Monday that 20-year-old Jarlyn Lantigua-Tejada, 23-year-old Juan Rodriguez and 20-year-old Joshua Santos were found dead after the gunfire around 7 p.m. Sunday.

Deputy Chief James Marasco Jr. says the identity of the fourth man hasn't been confirmed, but he's believed to be in his early 20s. All of the victims had been shot several times.

Investigators haven't released information about a possible motive, but Marasco says authorities "do not believe that this was a random act."

Mourners have lit candles at the doorway of the home.

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