Darrius Mullins Skateboarder Killed In Downtown St. Louis; Family Begs Gunman To Come Forward

A man was fatally shot in downtown St. Louis on Thursday afternoon. The victim has been identified as 30-year-old Darrius Mullins. According to the police, the victim was shot in an execution-style manner. The family of the victim is urging the individual responsible for the shooting to turn themselves in.

According to reports, a 30-year-old man named Darrius Mullins was shot at approximately 3:35 p.m. According to witnesses, Mullins is frequently seen skateboarding in the vicinity, as per police reports. According to reports, the victim was seated on a bench when the perpetrator approached and fired a weapon, striking the victim.

According to Lt. Donna Garrett of the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, the victim fled to 7th and Market in Kiener Plaza and subsequently collapsed after being shot. According to reports, the individual was declared deceased upon arrival at the location.

According to reports, the suspect fired several more shots at Mullins before fleeing the scene. According to reports, the suspect is a male who stands at 6 feet and 2 inches tall. He has a slender physique and was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with light-colored writing on the front, grey jeans, and yellow tennis shoes.

According to the police, the attack is believed to have been targeted. According to reports, at least 15 shots were fired in the incident.

According to a spokesperson who spoke to News 4, Spire, the company with a building located on Market Street in Downtown, briefly implemented emergency protocols in response to the shooting.

The scene was cleared by the police at 5 p.m.

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