Greenwood Avenue and Gloria Richardson Circle

The intersection of Greenwood Avenue and Gloria Richardson Circle where police say a man was fatally shot on Monday evening, April 5.

CAMBRIDGE — A Cambridge man was killed in a shooting as he was bicycling on Monday evening, April 5, in Cambridge.

According to Maryland State Police, shortly before 9:55 p.m., officers from the Cambridge Police Department (CPD) responded to the area of Greenwood Avenue and Gloria Richardson Circle in Cambridge for a report of a shooting. The victim, 22-year-old Da’Jour Sorrell, of Cambridge, was transported by ambulance to University of Maryland Shore Medical Center at Dorchester, where he was declared deceased. Cambridge Police requested that the Maryland State Police Homicide Unit assume the investigation.

According to a preliminary investigation, the victim was riding a bicycle from the area of Greenwood Avenue toward Gloria Richardson Circle, when the unknown shooters began firing at the victim. The victim fell off his bicycle and ran onto Gloria Richardson Circle where one suspect fired additional rounds at the victim.

No suspects have been arrested at this time. CPD and the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office assisted with the investigation.

The investigation into this case continues. Anyone with information on this case is asked to call 202-510-2847.

The victim died at the hospital after attempts to save him were unsuccessful.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Cambridge Police Department at 410-228-3333. Tips can be phoned in to CPD anonymously by calling 410-228-3784.

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