An Anchorage woman says she and others tried to save a man — identified as 19-year-old Preston Junior Clark Perdomo — who was shot in his car Monday evening.

APD has identified the victim in Monday's fatal shooting as 19-year-old Preston Junior Clark Perdomo.

APD has identified the victim in Monday’s fatal shooting as 19-year-old Preston Junior Clark Perdomo.

Around 6:30 p.m., residents in east Anchorage reported hearing multiple shots fired near the intersection of Creekside Center Drive and Muldoon Road. Several people found a man with multiple gunshot wounds in his car.

“All I know is I heard the shots, I ran for help. I tried to do what I can as an innocent bystander,” said Carlette Carney, one of the first people to get to the victim.

Carney says the 911 dispatcher told them to take the victim out of the car. When he stopped breathing, they began performing CPR until medical personnel arrived.

“Everybody was working together as a team and unfortunately there was nothing else we could do,” Carney said. “We’d exhausted everything and unfortunately a life was taken.”

The suspect fled on foot, according to witnesses. Anchorage police went door to door talking to potential witnesses but so far no arrests have been made.

KTVA 11’s Jacquie Slater contributed to this story.

Original Story

Police are investigating a fatal shooting in Northeast Anchorage.

Just after 6 p.m. Monday, the Anchorage Police Department received reports that a man had been shot near the residential area located on the 7800 block of Creekside Center Drive.

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When APD responded, they found a victim who suffered a gunshot wound and was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Police and APD’s crime scene unit are at the scene investigating, as of 7:15 p.m.

No suspects have been taken into custody at this time.

This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.

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