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Gunman shoots two employees of Harbor City strip club

Los Angeles police were searching for a gunman who shot two employees of a Harbor City strip club early Saturday.

The gunman, a man in his mid-20s, approached two men about 1:05 a.m. as they stood inside the front doorway of the Fantasy Gold Club on the 1600 block of Pacific Coast Highway, according to LAPD Officers Rosario Herrera and A. Rodriguez.

One man was shot in the leg. It was not clear where the other was shot. Both men were transported to a local hospital and were in stable condition, Herrera said.

She added that the incident may have been gang-related.

In April, a man was shot to death inside the club and three women were fired upon inside a car parked next door.


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