PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — Providence police have identified the city’s eighth homicide victim of the year.

Craig Robinson, 24, was shot and killed Wednesday night while driving in the Wanskuck neighborhood, according to police. Police said they responded to reports of a crash on Hazael Street and found the Cranston man suffering from a gunshot wound.

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Robinson was taken to Rhode Island Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Providence Police Major David Lapatin told 12 News on Monday that no arrests had been made. Investigators believe other individuals were also inside Robinson’s vehicle when he was shot.

“Let’s just say the whole situation was targeted,” Lapatin added. “So, they weren’t looking for anybody else but the victim and maybe a friend.”

Police said they found shell casings on Phebe Street, which led them to believe the victim was shot there before crashing on Hazael Street.

“Looks like the deceased was behind the driving wheel when he was shot,” Lapatin said. “Seems he drove two blocks where he then struck a fence and a tree.”

Robinson was shot with a semiautomatic handgun, according to police.

His family says Robinson was a great son, brother and person, full of laughter who enjoyed cars and making music. His sister, Aaliyah, told 12 News off-camera her family was in the dark about why he was shot last week.

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Providence city councilman James Taylor was Robinson’s little league coach back in 2007. The team was due to reunite at an event honoring Houston Astros shortstop and Providence native Jeremy Peña.

Taylor held a moment of silence to honor the fallen teammate on Saturday.

“He played outfield, and I knew if we got him on base, he was very fast,” he said on Monday. “Good kid, we had a great team, everybody got along well.”

Jordi Ramirez, a teammate and friend of Robinson, said he had just caught up with his friend a few months prior.

“Every single time I would speak to Craig he was always happy, always had a smile on his face. He was very outgoing. He always had something positive to give,” Ramirez said.

The incident remains under investigation.