DETROIT (WJBK) - The search is on for three suspects involved in the cold-blooded killing at a Detroit bus stop late Monday night.
Turhan Clay was found fatally shot by emergency crews in the middle of the street on Woodward at State Fair near a bus transit center.
Clay's aunt says the entire family is devastated by the senseless of the crime.
"His grandmother is grieving, his mother is grieving, his brothers. It's just terrible. I just can't wrap my head around it because I just saw him. He was happy," she said.
Police say Clay was seen talking to three men and a short time later, someone wearing a white mask and holding a handgun was seen running away and Clay was found dead in the street.
Two weeks ago, police were called to this same area to investigate an incident involving a man who was shot after a dispute on a bus.
After the recent violence, people who wait for busses in this area say they want to see more security.
"I was held up at a bus stop last year near Grand River and Boulevard and I feel like that would happen to someone else," neighbor Michael Johnson said.
As the search continues for the suspects, Clay's family says something has to be done to end the violence before more families have to experience their pain.
"It needs to stop. All this violence needs to stop it's just terrible. Just terrible," Clay's aunt said.