By Nicholas Rizzi and Wil Cruz
BROOKLYN — Two men were found shot to death in a murder-suicide inside an East New York house Tuesday, police said.
Tory Curtis, 23, and Jason Lopez, 22, got into an argument at Curtis's 294 Milford St. home before Lopez shot the other man and then turned the gun on himself, police said.
Cops responded to the address about 3:10 p.m. after a neighbor called 911 to report shots fired, police said. When cops arrived at the home, they found the two men on the second floor each with a gunshot wound to the head.
"Some young guy came running out. He kept saying my best friend got shot," said Daniel Galabya, 21, an intern at a nearby law office on Sutter Avenue.
"He kept screaming," he added. "That guy was just hysterical."
Witnesses said the third man told them he was hiding in a closet during the shooting, which the Daily News said was sparked by a jealous rage over a love triangle.
The gunshot victims were pronounced dead at the scene, police said.
Curtis lived at the Milford Street apartment, while Lopez lived in Jamaica, Queens, police noted.
Paul Lopez, who identified himself as the father of the shooter, said he tracked his son to the home via GPS after not hearing from him.
"Once we got here, cops told me he's deceased," Lopez said.
The motive or the relationship of the men was not immediately clear.
A barber at a shop across the street said he recently gave one of the victims a haircut.
"He was a very cool guy," the barber, Rafael, said.