A 24-year-old Oxnard man died Friday night, shortly after being shot in the chest outside a local liquor store.
Saul Rojas was pronounced dead at St. John's Regional Medical Center less than an hour after the 8:30 p.m. shooting, Oxnard Police Sgt. Jason Benites said.
On Saturday, detectives interviewed several possible witnesses, but as of late evening they had not identified any suspects.
Detectives also were investigating whether the shooting was gang-related, Benites said.
When officers arrived at Goode's Liquor in the 1200 block of Saviers Road on Friday night, they found Rojas on the floor of the market with a single gunshot wound to his chest, Benites said.
Rojas lived near the store.
Residents of an apartment complex behind the liquor store told officers they heard a gunshot after an argument outside the store.