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(Salt Lake City- KSL TV) Police in Salt Lake are looking for two suspects in a shooting last night in Rose Park.
Tammy Huish was shot twice in the chest and abdomen after her husband told the suspects to leave their property at 960 N. 960 West.
According to police the two men approached the house claiming they were there for a party. After Huish's husband told them there was no party they began to leave -- only to turn around and open fire.
Neighbor Chris Slaugh says, "There were three shots in succession-- seven total."
Police believe the shooting was gang related.
Less than two months ago officers responded to another shooting at this home -- Huish's 14 year old son had been wounded in a drive by attack. At that time she told officers her son was not in a gang.
The two suspects in the case are said to be hispanic males driving a dark colored Toyota-like pick-up truck.
Police are also looking for the woman's son and another boy who took off after the suspects.