DORCHESTER (CBS) – Police are investigating the death of a man at a home in Dorchester Wednesday.
A call came in for a person shot at a triple-decker on Milton Avenue around 10 a.m. Police found a man dead with multiple wounds. They would not say if those were gunshot wounds, self-inflicted or part of a homicide.
“On arrival, officers located an inside scene where they found an adult male suffering from wounds,” said Boston Police Superintendent Paul Donovan.
One neighbor told WBZ-TV he heard six gunshots and then saw a girl who lives at the home calling 911.
“I heard six gunshots earlier. Six gunshots. Light gunshots, kind of thing,” said neighbor Devon Nicol.
Officers sealed off the area and began going to several other homes in the neighborhood.
Neighbors were dismayed by the news of the shooting.
“Not again. Another shooting, again. When’s it going to end?” asked neighbor Terry Bennett.
Police have not labeled the incident a homicide. They said that is part of the ongoing investigation into the death.
No other information is available at this point in the investigation.