SAN ANTONIO — A man was taken to the hospital after police say he was shot on a residential street on the city’s south side Sunday night. He died at the hospital later that night.

Authorities identified the victim as 46-year-old David Colunga Jr.

Officers found shell casings on Shemya Avenue. That's near Commercial Avenue. According to an affidavit, police said they received a tip from someone who said he shot Colunga. According to message screen shots and a voice recording, the gunman was upset that the victim was allegedly involved in a burglary.

On Monday night, Gabriel Montoya, 20, who was found to be driving a stolen vehicle. That car, a white Chevrolet Impala, matched a description of a vehicle that was seen fleeing the scene of the shooting. The car had shell casings in it that were like the ones found at the scene, and Montoya had a gun like the one police believe was used.

Montoya faces a murder charge.

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