911 calls released in Scottsdale double shooting

Scottsdale Police released the 9-1-1 calls in a double shooting that left two men dead.

- Scottsdale Police released the 9-1-1 calls in a double shooting that left two men dead.

The two men were gunned down in their home near Hayden and Thomas Roads.

Caller: "Oh my god, our next door neighbor just got shot!"

The 9-1-1 calls started pouring in around 6 p.m. on November 9, just moments after shots rang out at the Hayden Park Apartments.

Caller: "My friend saw a dude with a gun."

Witnesses described hearing three gun shots; neighbors walked out to see two men gunned down and bleeding.

Caller: "Oh my god you need to send an ambulance."

The victims: 25-year-old Martin Ellison, and 23-year-old Keaton Litke, both were pronounced dead from gunshot wounds.

The suspects are still at large, detectives say they are looking for two men. There's no word for a motive on the killings, and there's no specific suspect descriptions.

Caller: "I didn't see any shooting, I saw him running with a pistol."

Caller: "We heard 2-3 gunshots, my son is in the Army and went outside, and our next door neighbor is laying on the ground with blood everywhere."

The calls reveal even in the midst of the chaos, neighbors tried to help.

Scottsdale Police ask anyone with information on the case to call them. You can also call tips into Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS, you can remain anonymous.


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