Hit-and-run car crash outside black-owned gay bar in Chicago early Sunday leaves 3 dead, 1 A person was injured "believed to be intentional," police said at a recent press conference. In an update on Monday's attack, Brenden Dinihan said authorities had not yet investigated the attack as a hate crime.
"There is no evidence to support that anyone tried to harm these individuals because of their race, religion, or anything else," he said.
He also detailed the events leading up to the hit and run.
"There appears to have been an altercation within the facility. It spilled out into the street and there is an ongoing altercation at that point," Dinihan explained. "Then we find out that this person got in the car and did this horrible act." The vehicle was recovered and there are no suspects in custody.
Deenihan called out to the community for help finding drivers.
"Obviously the car cannot be charged with a crime," he said. "I need to know who the driver was, and I know people out there know that." Yes," and investigators said they looked forward to "bringing comfort to some of these families."
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