A 29-year-old man was found unconscious inside a vehicle with its engine running parked in West Philadelphia, according to authorities.
The incident was reported to have taken place between Cecil and Chestnut streets before 10:30 pm Tuesday.
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“A brigade of fire brigade paramedics responded to the 911 call that reported an unconscious man inside a parked vehicle, but upon arrival and seeing that the individual had been shot twice in the head, they alerted the police,” the police officer said. Chief Inspector Scott Small.
The official said that at the moment they do not have a reason for what happened, but according to the information compiled by the police, two bullet casings were found, one inside the vehicle right on the passenger seat and another on the outskirts near the passenger door. “Clearly the gunman was at some point inside the sedan and made the shots,” Small said.
He explained that the victim suffered two shots to the right side of the head and the death was certified by paramedics at the scene at around 10:53 p.m.
“We were able to collect video from surveillance cameras from nearby residences in hopes that they will help us find the gunman in this case,” Small said.
The car, which is registered to the victim, was described as a Chrysler 200 that was parked right on Cecil’s.
So far no weapons have been recovered or any information on the suspect disclosed. The investigation is still active.