Police serve search warrant at Clinton motorcycle club in connection to deadly shooting

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(video) --- CLINTON, Md. — Prince George's County Police continue to search for clues in connection to a deadly shooting that took place over the weekend in Clinton. On Monday afternoon, that search brought officers to a motorcycle club that sits not far from where the murder took place.

ABC 7 was there as investigators served a search warrant at a warehouse that belongs to the 'Road Wolves' Motorcycle Club. The warehouse sits just off Old Alexandria Ferry Road in Clinton.

ABC7 has also learned members of the motorcycle club were gathered there on Friday night into Saturday morning.

Then just after one a.m. Saturday, police were called to the 7400 block of Old Alexandria Ferry Road in reference to a shooting. Two men were found suffering from gunshot wounds. One was rushed to the hospital with what's believed to be non-life-threatening injuries, but the second victim died on the scene.

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