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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Police are looking for a ride share driver who took off from a Kansas City homicide scene Friday afternoon.

Detectives responded to a shooting call near East 24th Terrace and Brooklyn around 1:15 p.m.

They believe the driver stopped to pick up a customer. Officers say the customer may have been trying to get away from a gunman at the time. The customer was then shot while trying to get into the rideshare car.

The victim died from his injuries. He has been identified as 35-year-old Gabriel Williams.

Detectives believe there may be evidence in the rideshare driver’s car that could be critical to solving the homicide.

Officers say the rideshare driver is in a light blue Jeep Patriot.

Anyone with information about the driver, or the victim, is asked to call Kansas City police.