Greenfield teen found shot to death in vehicle

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MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee police are investigating a fatal shooting on the city's south side late Friday night, November 23rd.

Officials say 17-year-old Leandro Marin from Greenfield was found shot to death inside the vehicle near 32nd and Mitchell just before midnight.

The motive for the shooting is not clear -- and there are no suspects in custody.

Saturday, yellow police tape still clung to the steps of Carmen High School of Science, which is across the street from where the shooting occurred. The victim, whom police have yet to identify, was found in a black SUV at the southwest corner of the intersection.

One neighbor who didn't want to be identified said he lives about a block from the shooting scene and noticed the sirens outside.

"About 20 minutes later, a minivan pulled up and the squad moved out the way," he said, "I guess it was the morgue, they just started going through the truck and pulled the body out."

Another neighbor, Jason Dahlman, lives half a block from the shooting scene. He says he didn't notice the crime scene.

"It's a little strange, I think, to find out that right outside our door, that was going on," he said, "Yeah, it's a little unsettling."

Police say they are looking for multiple suspects.