CHICOPEE, MA (WGGB/WSHM) -- Three men have been captured in the deadly shooting of a Springfield man, which occurred on Exchange Street in Chicopee.
However, officials said one suspect is still armed, dangerous, and at-large.
Three people captured all within a few days of police finding Charles White, 27, shot dead behind a Chicopee building.
Officials said the final suspect is wanted on more than just this murder investigation.
"The victim appears to have been a passenger in the car that arrived in a nearby parking lot moments before suspects approached the car. The driver of the vehicle fled," said Hampden County District Attorney Anthony Gulluni.
Gilluni said White was left alone in this parking lot when four suspects reportedly shot him dead.
"The victim was not necessarily targeted. However, the four individuals were laying in wait in order to commit a violent act. Investigators quickly determined the identity of the two suspects," Gulluni said.
The first two suspects identified by police were Daniel Caldwell and Kaevon Brimfield.
Caldwell was arrested in Agawam on June 12.
"Through further investigation, detectives learned the identities and obtained murder warrants for two other suspects - Namel Clark and Gilfrey Gregory," Gulluni said.
Clark arrested the next day in Springfield, as was Gregory, but the latter's arrest involved a multi-state effort when officials learned he was headed for Arizona.
"Detectives from this office and the Chicopee Police Department immediately contacted the New Mexico Highway Patrol and then conducted a motor vehicle stop," Gulluni explained.
Though he was one of the first suspects identified, police are still searching for Brimfield.
"Mr. Brimfield has been added to the Massachusetts State Police 'Most Wanted' list," Gulluni added.
One of seven on that list, Brimfield's considered armed and dangerous, for reasons in addition to White's death.
"He's considered by police as a person of interest in two other murders, one here in the city of Springfield and the other in Atlanta, GA, both occurring in February 2019," Gulluni noted.
The only known murder investigation happening in Springfield at that time was the death of Timothy Redmond on Francis Street, where police also found a significant amount of marijuana growing in the home.
The White family now is also grieving the loss of a loved one.
"The victim was really not an intended target as far as we know, was not a member of any criminal organization, and is very truly, as all of our victims are, a victim who was in the wrong place, the wrong time," Gulluni said.
We spoke with a family member on Friday, who told us White was celebrating his 27th birthday when he was killed.
There is a memorial service for White at Trinity United Methodist Church on Sumner Ave. in Springfield, Saturday at 11 a.m. Those in attendance are asked to wear orange to symbolize the call to end gun violence.
A fund has also been set-up for White's young child. Donations can be made out to 'Chaz Maliq White Trust Fund' sent to TD Bank; 441 Cooley Street; Springfield, MA 01129.