Calif. Church Attack Victims Aid Investigation

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Richmond, Calif. Police said the two teenage brothers wounded in Sunday's church shooting "probably have an idea of why" they were targeted.

The 14 and 19-year-old victims are now helping lead police to at least two of the men involved in the attack at the New Gethsemane Church of God In Christ. Police believe the suspects are in their late teens or early 20s.

Both victims and witnesses were reluctant to help with the investigation.

"If I knew something, I'd say something, but others can't see an advantage in that," said Frank Robinson, a Richmond native who lives near the church. "If those guys were bold enough to shoot up a church, who's to say they won't come up to your front door and shoot you?"

The teens suffered non-life threatening injuries and have been released from the hospital. Police have not revealed a motive for the shooting.

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