Friday was filled with sorrow for the friends and family of 14 year old Tyler Winstead. A memorial that grew as night set in now sits where the eighth grader was gunned down Thursday evening. An autopsy revealed he was shot once in the chest.
His neighbor says Tyler was an athletic, charming young man. "His smile was the best part, because when you see him smile it was like the angels were there," said Stephanie Curry.
But fear still grips this neighborhood.
"Everyone basically watching their back and a little bit scared because the shooter is on the loose, you don't know really what's going to happen," said Curry of Wilkes-Barre.
Investigators haven't ruled out if the fatal shooting was random, but they say people in this neighborhood should not fear the gunman will come back.
They have released more specific details of the suspect car- a burgundy Ford Taurus with chrome after market tail light covers. Detectives say there were likely two people inside.
Witnesses have been interviewed, but now investigators are specifically looking for people who may have attended a service at the Mount Zion Baptist Church, it was happening as the shooting took place, just a few doors away.
"There may have been other witnesses who may have observed this vehicle or any persons that were in or around the area. If anybody has that information, we would ask that they call police," said Luzerne County Assistant District Attorney, Sam Sanguedolce.
He says the list of suspects has been narrowed down; leading them closer to find the person who took the life of an innocent young man.
"Our thoughts are with the family. We're working as hard as we can with as many people that we can put on this case to bring the shooter to justice," said Sanguedolce.
If you have any information call Wilkes-Barre Police at (570) 208-4200.