Daytona Beach police investigating shooting death

- DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.- The Daytona Beach Police Department is investigating a homicide that happened Saturday morning.

FOX 35 saw a police dog searching the area Saturday morning.

Daytona Beach Police Chief, Craig Capri told FOX 35's Davide Williams

 "A male was shot, it appears 4 shots into the vehicle, roughly."

 Evidence markers, and what look like pieces of the car, were seen in the street, as evidence is collected.

Just before 7:30 am, Capri said a man was shot while inside a red Nissan,  along Eldorado Street.

Just trying to get away, police said the man drove a few blocks to Magnolia Avenue, where the car rolled to a stop.

Daytona Beach's Police Chief said the man died inside the red Nissan, along Magnolia Avenue.

Chief Capri said two black men bailed out of the car while it was rolling to a stop and ran away.

"We don't believe they were involved in the actual homicide. We think they might know who might've commited the homicice," Chief Capri explained.

Cops sais there was no danger in the area, but still some neighbors said they can't help but be afraid.

"We scared. We are scared in Daytona. We're Frightened," Neighbor T.B. said "Because you never know whose 'gone get shot."

The Chief is putitng criminals on notice

 "You're not going to come to our city, shoot people, commit violent crimes. It's over. We'll be out tonight," He explained.

Chief Capri told FOX 35  there Is a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in this latest homicide.


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