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MILWAUKEE (WITI) -- Law enforcement officials are looking for 30-year-old Aldo Flores-Lopez -- a man accused of pulling the trigger on a night when a feud between two gangs left two dead.

Officials say two gangs, the "Brown Pride" and "Mexican Posse" clashed outside of a southside bar called "Mi Ranchito" on the corner of 9th Place and Hayes.

In July of 2004, officials say gang tensions inside the former bar hit a boiling point. They say Flores-Lopez left the bar and waited outside until closing time, before closing in.

"Complete and utter disregard for life," Erik Gulbrandson with the Milwaukee Police Department said.

Police say three bullets were fired, and two rival gang members died as a result of the gunfire.

"He fled within a day. He left Milwaukee," Gulbrandson said of Flores-Lopez.

Gulbrandson believes someone in Milwaukee knows where Flores-Lopez is hiding, and hopes that person can help find an accused killer.

Officials describe Flores-Lopez as 5'8" tall, weighing 150 pounds.

Investigators believe he is in Mexico City, but the information they need to find him remains in Milwaukee.

If you've got information on this case you're asked to call 414-297-3707.

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