Three of the five people injured are reportedly in critical condition.
INGLEWOOD, Calif. (KABC) -- Two men were killed and three others were injured during a shooting in Inglewood Saturday that Mayor James Butts believes may have been a targeted attack.
The violence unfolded just before 4:30 p.m. near the intersection of Manchester and Crenshaw.
Butts said the victims, who weren't identified and were described only as men in their 50s, were inside a vehicle in a parking lot along Manchester when the shooter pulled up and opened fire. It's unclear if there was more than one shooter.
The mayor said it appeared to have been a targeted attack.
One of the victims who was shot remains in critical condition and the two others are expected to survive. It's unclear what prompted the shooting.
Video posted to the Citizen app earlier showed a large police presence in the area. There was also a white pickup truck, riddled with bullet holes.
"Who would just walk up to someone and shoot ... five people," said a resident. "That's kind of ridiculous and scary. For that to happen in this area is just ... not right."
Butts said police are actively searching for any surveillance video in the area.
Anyone with information is urged to contact police.