So we got a little update on the PA State Game Land Rifle Range shooting. The victim age 42 was shot multiple times from a distance. But they wont say where he was shot. The victim had applied for the stamp for a silencer back in Janruary. The victim's hardware was serious as it was a custom AR-15 in .308 with a silencer on it. Something like this one below but in semi auto not full auto. The murder took the victims gun and is still on the loose. ------------------------------------------------------- "CBS 21 News has new information about a homicide that happened at a Cumberland County shooting range Wednesday. The Cumberland County Coroner performed an autopsy Thursday, on 42 year old todd Getgen of Enola. The coroner says that he died from multiple gunshot wounds, but they won't say where he was shot. The Cumberland County District Attorney says that Todd Getgen was a firearms enthusiast. That was his hobby. He just purchased and was licensed for a custom made semi-automatic with a silencer. The D.A. says someone shot him from a distance and took off with his rifle.I It happened Wednesday in broad daylight at a public shooting range on State Game land in North Middleton Township, Cumberland County. Getgen's body was found there around two Wednesday afternoon, by another person who came there to use the range. Investigators don't know yet if he was targeted or if this was random. " I don't want to speculate on that at this point its too early. What we know is he was shot multiple times. The gun he was using is a serious piece of machinery, expensive, it was gone," said Cumberland County District Attorney David Freed. In Getgen's Enola neighborhood, his friends still can't believe he was murdered. " They kind of kept to themselves good people. Just friendly, a nice, good family man," said a neighbor. Police are still looking for the shooter. Meantime they're asking firearms dealers to check their inventory to see if they may have a custom built AR-15 type semi-automatic rifle with a Lewis Machine Company model Defender 2000 lower receiver equipped with a 30 HRT upper receiver and a Yankee Hill Machine Company Phantom model 308 caliber silencer. On May 21st, North Middleton Township Police say they another firearm was reported stolen from that same shooting range, where Getgen was killed. It was a 308 caliber Remington 700 tactical rifle."