There's been no word on any possible arrests.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

DONORA, Pa. (KDKA) – Police say one person is dead after a shooting in Washington County.

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The shooting happened Wednesday at Anna Lee’s Convenience Store on the 500 block of Allen Avenue in Donora. The coroner said the victim is 28-year-old Nicholas Tarpley.

Tarpley was a part-owner of the convenience store.

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(Photo: KDKA Photojournalist Bryce Lutz)

Neighbors and family members of the victim gathered near the crime scene. They didn’t want to talk on camera but some told KDKA the victim “wouldn’t hurt anyone and was the nicest person.” One person also said, “He didn’t deserve this.”

State police said they have no suspects and hope people will come forward with information.

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“At this time, this particular area of Donora is not in danger. However, just be on the lookout if you see anything suspicious to contact state police or Donora borough police department. We don’t have any suspects. We’re still collecting evidence. This is a close knit neighborhood with a convenience store on the corner. Hopefully someone heard or saw something that can help us out and develop some suspects,” said Trooper Robert Broadwater.