BOSTON — Police say the victim of a shooting near Boston’s Symphony Hall has died.

Police Commissioner William Evans says the victim and another driver were ramming each other’s cars on a busy street Monday night before the other driver opened fire. The victim, believed to be in his 30s, crashed into a parked car and was transported to a local hospital.

Law enforcement officials said Tuesday the victim has died from his injuries.

Evans says the victim was “well-known” to police, and investigators believe it was a gang-related shooting.

Police are now asking the public’s help in finding a dark SUV.

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