Warner Robins Police have few leads to go on after the International City’s fourth homicide of the year on Saturday.
23-year-old Rashaan Brack was killed early Saturday morning at the Robins Landing Apartment Complex.
Police say, so far, no eyewitnesses to the shooting have come forward.
At 4:35 a.m. Saturday morning, police responded to a call of shots fired at the apartment complex.
They found 23-year-old Rashaan Brack in the parking lot with a gunshot wound to the chest.
Warner Robins Police say they are still not sure why Brack was in the parking lot or what led to the shooting.
“We know that he was in the parking lot, we don't have any eyewitnesses to it as of right now. We are working on some scant leads that we do have, but this one is definitely a whodunnit,” said Assistant Chief John Wagner.
Miranda Battle, who lives at the complex, says she is Brack's girlfriend and that he lived with her.
She told WMAZ that Brack was on the phone before the shooting and went outside to meet someone.
Battle said she was in the bathroom and heard a *pop* and looked out the window and couldn’t see Brack anymore.
When she went outside, she found him lying in the parking lot.
She says she didn't know who he was on the phone with before the shooting or why he went outside, nor did she see the shooting.
Police say they haven't had any contact with Brack before.
“This one's a tough one," said Wagner, "if we have anybody that's out there that knows anything about this, seen anything, heard anything, it would certainly be, we certainly could use that information as of right now."
Police say first responders tried to save Brack's life at the scene, but he died at the hospital.
The incident report from the shooting is the only record Warner Robins Police has on Brack, according to an open records request.
Valeria Teresa Brown is also mentioned in the report.
She told WMAZ over the phone on Monday that she administered CPR until paramedics arrived.
Brown said she was taking someone home and stopped when she saw Brack in the street. She said he had no pulse and wasn’t breathing when she found him, so she attempted CPR.
Brack was later pronounced dead at Houston Medical Center.
This is Warner Robins’ fourth homicide of 2017. In 2016, the city had six total.
Anyone with information on this shooting is asked to call the Warner Robins Police Department or Macon Regional Crimestoppers at 1-877-68CRIME.