By CBS3 Staff

CHERRY HILL, N.J. (CBS) — A tragedy on Easter Sunday. Detectives are still trying to figure out what led up to the shooting death of a 64-year-old Delaware man in the parking lot of a quiet Camden County apartment complex.

Gunshots broke the still silence of Easter Sunday in Cherry Hill and tonight there is still no official work on who pulled the trigger and why they did it.

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Neighbors say a series of gunshots echoed inside the usually quiet Sergi Farm Apartments along Abbey Road shortly after 4 a.m.

“I was shocked,” Empress Gibson said. “I came to the window, I just see him laying on the ground.”

Police say they found the victim, identified as 64-year-old Leopold McKoy of Bear, Delaware, with multiple gunshot wounds when they arrived.

Neighbor Tommy Rodriguez called 911.

“He was shot nearby that curb where the car is, he was slumped,” Rodriguez said.

Paramedics pronounced McKoy dead on the scene. It’s not clear why he was in Cherry Hill.

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Neighbors were able to describe the man they believe fired the shots.

“I didn’t see his face or anything, I just saw some guy standing there, and just peeked over to make sure it was done,” Neighbor Xavier Cruse said.

This tucked away community where the basketballs are left out for all to play together, are left to grieve together.

“I feel really bad for the family,” a neighbor said.

Eyewitness News reached out to McKoy’s family in Bear, Delaware and they say it is too raw to speak publically about what happened.

Cherry Hill Police and the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office are working together on the investigation.

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Anyone with information is asked to contact police.