Police: Home of person of interest in South Philly shooting shot at overnight

Philadelphia Police say they have identified a person of interest in the shooting deaths of two teenagers in South Philadelphia earlier this week.

Authorities now tell FOX 29 they believe a second shooting overnight may have been related to the shooting and the search for Brandon Olivieri, a 16-year-old police have identified as a person of interest.

Sal DiNubile and Caleer Miller, both 16, were gunned down Tuesday night after investigators say there was an argument between two groups of teens.

Police say the home of the person of interest was shot as many as 14 times overnight Friday morning while the family of the 16-year-old person of interest slept on the second floor of the home.

No one was injured in the shooting, but police say they are 'very concerned' about the home belonging to the person of interest, who police have not publicly identified.

Sources tell FOX 29 Philadelphia Police have made progress identifying who was involved in the fight that led up to the shooting that left DiNubile and Miller dead.

DiNubile's funeral will be head on Saturday.