A dispute between rival gangs has police on the hunt for a pair of suspects in a kidnapping investigation.
It’s alleged there was an altercation between the Young Buck Killers and the Queens Drive Crips at building on Front Street last week, during which shots were fired.
And that two boys were taken against their will and hidden at a few locations around the city.
It’s further alleged the boys were tied to chairs, beaten, forced to perform sexual acts and play Russian roulette with a loaded handgun.
A ransom demand was made for their release, and they were let go a few days later.
Police were called; that led to the arrest of 19 year old Quinton Gardiner, who is facing charges including kidnapping for ransom and assault with a weapon.
A search warrant was then executed at a home in the Shaughnessy Blvd and Trailside Drive area, where a loaded gun, a Walther PPK 9mm, was found.
Akil Whyte, 23, and 18 year old Deshawn Walters have since been charged with numerous offences including possession of a load restricted firearm.
A 16 year old boy was also rounded up in the investigation. He can’t be named, but he is also facing firearms charges.
Now police are looking for two more suspects, pictured, in their investigation.
A 17 year old who can’t named and 23 year old Lincoln Anthony Richards is 6′ and 230 lbs.