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Police: Man found shot to death in SUV, engine still running

ELYRIA, OH (WOIO) -

Elyria Police are investigating after a man was found shot to death in an SUV.

Cops say the body was inside a silver Chevy Equinox, stuck in a snow drift outside the T&A Bar on Foster Ave. When they arrived, the engine was still running with its tires spinning in the snow.

Police say when they approached the SUV, they saw several bullet holes in the driver's side of the vehicle. The driver's side window on the vehicle was also shattered. Inside the vehicle, officers located a 22 year old black man in the driver's seat of the vehicle.

The victim was the only person in the vehicle. His name has not been released.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Elyria Police Department at 440-323-3302.

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