A shooting was reported in the 7500-block of Bridge Street on Monday morning. Google Maps.

UPDATED: Richmond homicide victim identified

Joseph Lucien De Carvalho, 41, was found suffering from gunshot wounds early Monday morning

Police have identified the man killed in Richmond this week as 41-year-old local man Joseph Lucien De Carvalho.

“Mr. De Carvalho was known to police, and his death is believed to be targeted,” Cpl. Meghan Foster of the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team said in a release Tuesday.

Officers were called to the 7500-block of Bridge Street just after 3 a.m. on Monday and found a man suffering from gunshot wounds. He died at the scene.

No other details have been provided so far, though police this death does not appear to be linked to other recent killings.

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