DARBY TOWNSHIP, Pa. (WPVI) -- Detectives with the Darby Township police are investigating the shooting death of a man shot multiple times on Sunday.
It happened at 2 p.m. at Tribbett and Noblet avenues.
Almost a dozen evidence markers tell the tale of the gunfire that erupted.
"It didn't sound like gunfire because it's so quiet, and then I heard a woman screaming," said Sidney Johnson.
The victim's family, who tells Action News their son is 33 years old, stood in horror at the intersection as detectives worked to piece together the evidence.
"Now we want to know who came in our neighborhood and did such an act!" said Crystal Bell.
Given the number of shell casings, detectives wouldn't say if there were multiple shooters, nor if they believe the victim was the intended target.
"We are getting information there was a vehicle involved," said Chief Mike Sousa with the Darby Township Police Department.
And knowing the gunman is still out there has residents rattled.
"This is very upsetting. This is a tragedy to our neighborhood. This usually doesn't happen in our neighborhood!" said Bell.
Police: Man shot, killed in broad daylight in Darby Township
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