Police Seek Two “Persons of Interest” from the Shooting Case of Mark Ruffalo’s Brother
It’s a bit of light in the shooting case of Mark Ruffalo’s brother, Scott.
Beverly Hills police announced Thursday that they are seeking two “persons of interest”, who have been identified, to be questioned about the shooting of actor Mark Ruffalo’s younger brother. In the case that is now called an attempted murder, police identified and wanted to find Brian Scofield, about 25 years old and Shaha Mishaal Adham, about 27 years old. Both live in the Los Angeles area.
As we reported earlier, Mark Ruffalo’s brother -who worked as a hairstylist- was shot in the head on Monday morning. 39-year-old Scott Ruffalo was immediately rushed to the hospital. He is still hospitalized with a critical condition, as he clinging to life.
No further information regarding their relationship to the victim, or a possible motive from the shooting has not been released. Mark Ruffalo’s spokeswoman also had no comment on the information released by police. Well then, let’s just wait for the case’s improvement later on. Get well soon Scott!