DETROIT (WXYZ) - Detroit police are left with nothing but questions after the city's most recent homicide where a 20-year-old man was found dead in his car.
It happened sometime between 2:00 and 3:00 Wednesday morning on Detroit's east side, just off outer drive and Van Dyke.
When Action News pulled up to the scene, officers were busy looking for pieces of evidence to help them in their investigation.
Inside the late model four-door Buick was a black male in his 20's, who police say had been shot at three times.
When asked what they believe may have lead up to the shooting, there was no clear answer.
Police say the young man had his pants down around his ankles.
A witness watching as they uncovered his body and pulled it from the vehicle also confirmed what police told us.
Detectives walked around the four corners of the intersection looking for any surveillance cameras, hoping they may shed some light on what may have happened.
The only camera's available were those at the nearby McDonald's and Burger King drive thru's; but those are focused on vehicles only in the drive-thru driveways.
Police are calling this shooting random, and are asking anyone with information to please call them or the crime stoppers tips hotline.
Remember, you can remain anonymous by calling (1-800) SPEAK-UP.