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PLAINFIELD, Ind. — Two people have died and two others are in the hospital following a shooting Saturday night in the parking lot of an extended-stay motel in Plainfield, Indiana.

According to the Plainfield Police Department, officers were dispatched around 9:25 p.m. Saturday to the White House Suites on Main Street in Plainfield on report of shots fired. There, they located four male victims suffering from apparent gunshot wounds in the motel parking lot.

One of the victims, PPD said, was pronounced dead on scene. Another victim was pronounced dead after being taken to Eskenazi Hospital, police said.

On Monday, the two victims killed were identified as 34-year-old Jose Rolando Castaneda Varela and 52-years-old Alfredo Garcia. The Plainfield Police Department also said suspect info is expected to be released Tuesday.

Two injured 27-year-old males were transported to area Indianapolis hospitals and both are expected to survive, according to police. PPD said Monday investigators are still seeking info on the two hospitalized victims.

PPD said Saturday night that they believe the shooting is an isolated incident and that they have identified a person of interest. No arrests have been made.