Bloodied and riddled with bullets, a man’s body sat slumped over for hours in a parked car -- its engine running and windshield wipers flapping long after the rain stopped -- as passersby, including school children, came and went throughout the day, Bridgeport police said Friday.
Police on patrol found the man's body at about 6 p.m. Wednesday in the residential North End neighborhood called Sunshine Circle, according to The Connecticut Post.
"They banged on the window and got no response," Detective Keith Bryant, a police spokesman, told the Post. "He was slumped over the wheel."
Neighbors told police they heard gunshots at about 11 a.m. Wednesday, but no one reported a shooting. Some residents say they saw the car as early as 9 a.m., but little else.
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