4 people killed, 32 hurt in mass shooting at Alabama birthday party

The shooter is still at large.

Four people were killed and 32 others injured when a mass shooting broke out at a crowded sweet 16 birthday party in rural Dadeville, Alabama, on Saturday night, authorities said.

The shooter is still at large.

32 injured, Alabama Law Enforcement Agency says

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency has updated the number of people injured during the shooting Saturday night to 32.

Police are still investigating the incident and are trying to "solidify a motive and potential suspects," the ALEA said.

-ABC News' Matt Foster

VP Harris: 'Enough is enough'

Vice President Kamala Harris tweeted Monday that "enough is enough" in the wake of "another senseless mass shooting," and called on state and federal legislators to "step up and act."

"Parents shouldn't have to pray their babies come home same from school or a birthday party," Harris tweeted. "The majority of Americans, including gun owners, support commonsense gun safety laws. We need leaders in state houses and Congress with the courage to step up and act."

Slain victims were ages 17 to 23

Tallapoosa County Coroner Mike Knox has identified the four people declared dead from Saturday night's shooting: 23-year-old Corbin Dahmontrey Holston, 19-year-old Marsiah Emmanuel Collins, 18-year-old Philstavious Dowdell and 17-year-old Shaunkivia Nicole Smith.

Dowdell and Smith were both seniors at Dadeville High School.

-ABC News' Will McDuffie

Police have 'solid leads' but need help from public

The Dadeville Police Department has "solid leads" as they search for the suspected shooter, but authorities still need help from the public, Dadeville Police Chief Jonathan Floyd told ABC News on Monday.

Floyd asked anyone with photos or videos from Saturday night's sweet 16 party to come forward.

Due to the department's manpower and resources, Floyd said the Alabama State Bureau of Investigations is taking the lead with the investigation.

-ABC News' Elwyn Lopez