Warner Robins police are looking for four men who may have shot and killed a man inside a home Thursday night.
It happened around 8 p.m. at 906 Crestwood Terrace.
A news release says police found 38-year-old Keith Moses shot once in the chest inside the home.
The victim, Keith Moses, spent some time in a Houston County Jail in 2006 on a probation violation in Pulaski County. But officials in those two counties could not provide details on the case or how it was resolved.
He died around 5 a.m. Friday at the Medical Center of Central Georgia.
Police say they are looking for four men who were seen leaving the house in a white four-door car.
Tabitha Pugh, the Public Information Officer with Warner Robins Police, said it's still early in the investigation, but they're looking at a possible connection.
"We're definitely looking at the possibility that there was a connection between the victim and the four suspects," said Pugh.
Some neighbors said they heard the shots.
"It was scary, because I never experienced real gunfire before it was so close, it was so close, our yard is from right here to there," said Mona Moore, who lives just yards away from the shooting.
Moore and her family said at first they didn't know what was going on.
"Bullet shots, bullets could go anywhere they shoot over there and it could have came to our house from that area to here, that's not a really far distance," said M.C. Wells of Warner Robins.