Lincoln Park shooting Sunday leaves 16-year-old dead

Hani Barghouthi
The Detroit News

A shooting Sunday afternoon left a 16-year-old male dead in Lincoln Park, an official confirmed. 

The shooting is believed to have taken place inside a home in the city, said Lincoln Park City Manager James Krizan on Monday, adding that he was not aware whether a suspect had been apprehended.

Further information was not available, Kirzan said, pending a Lincoln Park Police Department investigation. 

The Police Department did not immediately respond to a request for information about the shooting. 

Kirzan said another fatal shooting occurred in Lincoln Park about a month before, which he said he believed began in Detroit and crossed into Lincoln Park. 

A 41-year-old man, who authorities believe was a Detroit resident, was fatally shot on Nov. 15, according to a report from the News-Herald.  

The shooting occurred on University Avenue, between Howard Avenue and Lafayette Boulevard.