Police say that a 22-year-old man was shot to death early Sunday morning after he answered his doorbell in southwest Rochester.
Capt. Frank Umbrino of the Rochester Police Department said that the guy was shot multiple times when he opened the door to his Shelter Street home around 4 a.m. He was taken to Strong Memorial Hospital, where he died about two hours later.
The tweet below confirms the news:
Man shot to death after answering knock at door in Rochester #ROC #RochesterNY https://t.co/GbaZqsdccR
— Democrat & Chronicle (@DandC) May 15, 2023
The man who lived in the house was not named by the cops until his family was told. His death was the 15th murder in Rochester in 2023, and the first in May.
Umbrino said that a child younger than 12 was sleeping in the house when the shooting happened. The child didn’t get hurt.
No one has been charged with anything because of what happened.
Shelter Street is a neighborhood street that goes from Jefferson Avenue to Genesee Street.
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