Updated Wednesday morning.
A man was shot in the chest and stomach around 10:15 p.m. at 85 Monument St.
Friends are mourning the loss of Steven Jones, Boston's fifth murder victim since the Marathon.
Boston Police report Jones, found outside, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police were looking for a Hispanic man, 5'9", skinny, 20-23, in beige shorts and with tattoos across his stomach. He was accompanied by two women.
Boston Police report a man shot Sunday evening died.
Malcolm Campbell of South Boston was 23.
According to police, Campbell was shot around 7:50 p.m. in the area of Howard Avenue and Wayland Street.
Police say security guards nearby reported hearing six shots. Officers responding to the shooting first spotted a purple PT Cruiser speeding away from the scene on Howard Avenue and then came upon Campbell lying on the ground. He was rushed to Boston Medical Center, where he died.
UPDATE: Boston Police identify the victim as Clifton E. Townsend, 22, of Mattapan. His friends knew him as Cliffy. He leaves behind a young daughter.
UPDATE: Boston Police identify the victim as Edward Villalona, 25, of Jamaica Plain.
Updated 11:55 p.m.
Police are looking for a light-skinned black man, about 5'8" and wearing a black T-shirt, who raced away in a dark Ford Flex with a white roof.
Boston Police report officers found two men shot in a gray Toyota Corolla at Columbia Road and Hancock Street around 6:30 p.m., Saturday.
One man was pronounced dead at the scene, the other was taken to Boston Medical Center in critical condition, police say.
Friends identify the dead man as Thaddeus "Mighty" Clark.
Police are on Langdon Street, where the body of a man, apparently in his 20s, was discovered around 3 p.m.
A man shot in the stomach around 9:50 p.m. at the Dudley MBTA station was pronounced dead not long after at Boston Medical Center. WBZ reports the man was shot in the station, then stumbled onto a crowded 28 bus.
Friends are identifying him as Will Jack, also known as Courtney Jackson.
Brian Cooper, 25, and Jamel Bannister, 22, are scheduled for arraignment today in Roxbury District Court on murder and firearms charges, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Both were nabbed not long after the shooting by Boston Police officers working a detail nearby. Transit Police say the shooting was not random - the pair targeted Jackson.
The victim was pronounced dead at the scene, police say. She is Boston's third murder victim this month.
The triple decker is a couple blocks from the Archdale project, where a man was shot to death on Christmas.
Stanley Staco reports the man was stabbed several times during a house party and that police are looking for a man and a woman who fled the scene.
The murder is the latest violent incident in the student-heavy Gardner Street area, which has seen everything from women having their skirts lifted for photos to people being punched in the face for no discernible reason.
Boston Police report a man found with gunshot wounds on the porch at 131 Harold St. around 1:30 a.m., Friday was taken to Brigham and Women's Hospital, where he died.
He was 39.
Brian D'Amico and Scott Eisen report the man was shot in the head around 8:30 p.m. at 20 Brookway Terrace in the Archdale project. Boston Police report the victim was in his 20s, was found outside the building and was pronounced dead at the scene.
Archdale was the scene of a double shooting that left one dead in June, 2011, followed by a possibly related double murder a few weeks later nearby on Washington Street. Boston Police only recently ended a 24-hour vigil outside that location.
A man was shot around 8:30 p.m. at 39 Elmont St. Boston Police report the victim, Ronald Dias, 23, died.
A possible suspect: Black male, late 20s, early 30s, with hazel eyes and wearing black hoodie, spotted running toward Vassar.