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UPDATED INFORMATION: Rosalyn Way shooting

ESCAMBIA CO., Fla. -- Escambia County deputies are looking for a suspect who shot a man five times in the Brentwood community, leaving him critically wounded.
    
It happened around ten last night on Rosalyn Way.
The latest on the investigation along with reaction from the victim's father.

Witnesses say 23 year-old Michael Davenport was sitting outside the mobile home, when a tall, thin man in a surgical mask walked up, asked him his name and shot him.

Davenport's father told us this morning that his son was on life support.
Three people were brought in for questioning last night but they were later released.
    
No arrests have been made.
The sheriff's office says the shooting appeared to be drug related.
Davenport's father says he has no idea why anyone would have wanted to shoot his son.

Michael Sculey, Father of Victim: "It's gut-crunching. It's very gut-crunching. He's a good kid."
    
Michael Sculey says he has no idea why anyone would've wanted to shoot his son.
"He's under God's hands. I don't wish no harm to anyone. I just want to find out who done this to my son."
    
Three people were brought in for questioning but were later released.
Wanda Morado, Neighbor: "I didn't know if there was gonna be a stray bullet goin' somewhere or what happened."
    
Wanda Morado says she was worried about the well-being of a friend who lives near the scene of the shooting.
    
She's also concerned about her 16 year-old daughter.
"She just couldn't get much exercise as a child so she's a little larger than must but I can't let her do exercises, go to the park and stuff like that because even though the park's not that far, you can't trust the area.  She can't even walk to the store."
    
Davenport's address is listed in Milton, but his father says he had been staying at this mobile home.
Michael Sculey, Father of Victim: "Heartbreaking, very heartbreaking.  If anybody knows anything, please call the Sheriff's department, please."

The investigation is ongoing.
At this point, no arrests have been made.