CLEVELAND (WJW) — Multiple suspects are in custody following a deadly shooting at a gas station in Cleveland on Monday evening, police said.

Samuel Tinsley, age 33 of Euclid, was found dead at 6206 Woodland Avenue, according to the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s office, after police were called to the area for reports of shots fired around 6:45 p.m. Police said the victim was shot multiple times in the body and head.

Cleveland police said Tuesday afternoon they now believe there were four suspects involved in the incident. They said the victim and one of the suspects were hanging out at the gas station with others when the other three suspects showed up with an AR-15. An altercation lead to the victim being shot along with two of the suspects, who were shot in the legs.

Police said that one suspect is now confined at University Hospitals for his injuries and two others (both males) were booked at the Cuyahoga County Jail, but charges have not been announced. The fourth unknown suspect has yet to be located.