LOS ANGELES - A young tow truck driver was the victim of a deadly shooting in downtown Los Angeles on Sunday night, authorities said.
The shooting occurred near the intersection of Eighth and San Mateo streets around 7:30 p.m., said Officer A. Delatorre of the Los Angeles Police Department's Operation Center.
The victim was identified by officials on Monday morning as 26-year-old Michael McGarry.
According to the LAPD, McGarry was working on a stalled car when a gunman opened fire.
McGarry was then driven to a nearby guard shack at the Los Angeles Times Olympic Printing Plant by a witness who found him bleeding from the neck. He was pronounced dead at the scene, Delatorre said.
A description of the suspect was not available.
The investigation is ongoing.
CNS contributed to this report.