A 30-year-old man was discovered shot to demise in a automotive riddled with bullet holes in Akron on Wednesday.
In response to Akron Police, officers responded to a residence positioned within the 2200 block of sixth Road after the deceased man was discovered by a relative. Upon arriving, the officers found the person unresponsive in a close-by driveway with a number of obvious gunshot wounds.
He was pronounced useless on the scene.
The sufferer’s automotive was found parked on the road “with shattered glass and riddled with bullet holes.” The sufferer’s relative responded to the scene earlier than calling the police.
Based mostly on a preliminary investigation, it’s believed that an unknown suspect approached the sufferer whereas he was sitting in his parked automobile and fired photographs, hanging the sufferer. Anybody with data is requested to name the Akron Police Division Detective Bureau at 330-375-2490 or 330-375-2Tip, the Summit County Crimestoppers at 330-434-COPS or textual content TIPSCO along with your ideas at 274637.
Tipsters can stay nameless.
The title of the sufferer is at the moment being withheld. An post-mortem will likely be performed by the Summit County Medical Examiner’s Workplace.