Police throughout the Sun Coast area still looking for the men behind the night club shootings in Palmetto over the weekend that left two people dead and 22 others wounded. Police now say the shooters were heavily armed, with weapons that included at least one AK-47 assault rifle. Investigators still believe only one person was the target but the assailants sprayed so many bullets inside the packed night spot that two dozen people were hit. 25-year-old Trayon Goff and 38-year-old Gwynette Matthews were killed in the shootings. Police think Goff was the intended target and are looking into whether the incident may be tied to a pair of other shootings earlier this year.