“No telling what it is going to take to heal,” Mississippi community reeling after mass shooting

CRENSHAW, Miss. — Crenshaw, Mississippi is still reeling from the killing of two people and the shooting of three others Sunday night.

FOX13 learned that there have been some new developments in the case and some people in town said they will never get over the shooting.

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FOX13′s Tom Dees walked through the apartments where the shooting happened. There are no visible surveillance cameras. He also walked down the street and still no saw no cameras on the houses nearby. But, an apartment manager at an apartment complex down the street said police have contacted her about getting surveillance video from that complex.

Investigators said they are looking for a small white car in connection with the shooting. They are also still working to find out how many guns were used.

Terrence Rowell lives in the Crenshaw and said there’s no timetable for a return to normal.

”To be honest with you sir, it is no telling what it is going to take to heal up from this in our little neighborhood. Like I said, nothing like this has happened. We are either family by blood or family by marriage or by growing up together. For something like this to occur in our neighborhood, I can’t explain that.” Rowell said.

William Buford lives across the street from where the killings happened.

”To be honest, I don’t know how the neighborhood can cope like that because everyone is in sorrow right now. But, we are going to manage that and come together and figure something out,” Buford said.

The two people killed were close friends of Rowell. In a town of only 1,000 people, it’s hard not to know the victims.

”I can’t really tell nobody how we will deal with this or cope with this. In this time period, I pray that everyone prays for us as we pray for ourselves and everyone who was endangered in this situation,” Rowell said.