But they have since moved out of fear for their safety, city council member Nathaniel Khaliq said.
called a news conference Thursday at the house to draw attention to the case and to express his
urged the public to come forward with information to catch whomever was responsible.
said the shooting might have been motivated by an altercation involving a grandson of one of the women, although he
didn't think he
lived at the address.
"You know what this is reminiscent of?
Back in the day in the South, with the Night Riders," he
Khaliq, a former St. Paul NAACP president, said there will be an effort to post fliers "to try to prick someone's conscience to come forward."
"We need to get the word out," he