KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The Kansas City Police Department is investigating a homicide that happened on Sunday evening.

Just before 5:30 p.m., neighbors called police to the 4900 block of The Paseo after they heard gunshots. 

When officers arrived, they were directed to a residence in the area. 

There, officers found a man inside a garage who had been shot. When EMS arrived, he was declared dead at the scene. He has been identified as 35-year-old Andrew Dickie.  

According to a witness at the scene, an unknown vehicle had pulled up at the residence and two suspects got out. There was a small interaction at the garage, and then the suspects shot the victim. That interaction was not described as a confrontation, according to Sergeant Jake Becchina.

It's currently not known if the victim was the homeowner or not.

Detectives are talking with neighbors and people in the area in the hopes of getting a suspect description or a description of the vehicle they were in. 

They are also looking for video doorbell footage from the area. 

This is Kansas City's 131st homicide of the year, according to the police.

As of Aug. 28, 2019, there had been 101. In all of 2019, there were 150 homicides.

You can view more of the KCPD's numbers, last updated Friday, by clicking here.

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