Updated: Sunday, 06 May 2012, 6:36 PM EDT
Published : Sunday, 06 May 2012, 5:30 PM EDT
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Police are still looking for the man who shot and killed a tow truck driver Saturday afternoon. While the investigation continues, neighbors are still in disbelief about what happened.
"It's flabbergasting how it all went down. I came to the corner and there were at least 10 police cars," says Reba Jackson.
Walden Avenue has calmed down from a frantic scene on Saturday when the area was filled with people trying to piece together what happened.
"We just seen the cops had it taped off and we spoke to the father he said his son had been shot," says Johnny Woods.
"The tow truck driver was dropping off a car he unhitched it and as he was unhitching it, a car comes by he gets in the truck a car comes by shoots four times," says Daniel Hechabarria, who witnessed the shooting.
Buffalo Police tell News 4 that the tow truck driver was 25-year-old Corddaryl Henley, who tried to get away after being shot.
"The tow truck driver put it in drive and took off and took the fire hydrant off and hit the house and died on the scene," says Hechabarria.
The front porch is still in shambles, now with a few flowers serving as a simple memorial.
"Devastating very devastating I just couldn't believe it," says Hechabarria.
And witnesses believe this was no random act.
"Whoever did this was very bold and making a statement to whoever was driving the tow truck," says Jackson
"It was bizarre it was like a premeditated murder. I think that's what it was," says Hechabarria.
Police are looking for a black male who drives a silver or grey vehicle. If you have any information you're asked to call (716) 847-2255.