Police investigating the deadly shooting of a Reading teenager returned Friday afternoon to the neighborhood where his body was found Thursday morning.
Detectives, including Capt. Fran Drexler, examined a red Oldsmobile Intrigue with an apparent bullet hole through the windshield and possible blood stains on the inside.
It was parked on the opposite side of the baseball field from where the body of David Arango was found by two children on their way to school. An autopsy determined he was shot in the head. The coroner ruled his death a homicide.
The field where is body was found is located in the 1000 block of Scott Street in the city's Oakbrook section.
Drexler would neither confirm nor deny whether the car has anything to do with the investigation of Arango's death.
Police had it towed away for evidence processing.
They also took someone from the scene into police headquarters for questioning.
So far, police said they have no suspects or motive for the homicide.