Two men shot, killed outside motorcycle club

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Two men were killed in a shooting Saturday night outside a northeast Omaha motorcycle club, police said.

The men were shot about 10:45 p.m. near the Zac Riders Club at 24th and Franklin Streets.

They were identified today as Allen McReynolds, 47, and Victor Beatty, 52. Beatty listed an Omaha address on his driver’s license, which has a motorcycle endorsement. It was unclear where McReynolds resided.

McReynolds was taken by ambulance to the Creighton University Medical Center in extremely critical condition. He was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Beatty was also transported to Creighton, where he died.

There have been four homicides in Omaha so far this year. There were 14 killings in the city at the same time last year.

No arrests have been made in Saturday's deaths.

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