A 25-year-old woman who was shot and killed in Niagara Falls, has been identified by police.

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Shakiya Boyce was shot and killed on Tuesday, September  29, 2020, according to WKBW. She was killed around 20th Street and Centre Avenue in the Falls. People in the neighborhood say that she would visit the area of the red house on Highland Avenue, where Clyde Coleman was shot in September.

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Police said the shooting happened around 6:40 p.m. on Tuesday.  Boyce was getting into her friend's car when the shooting occurred.  Witnesses told police they heard a number of gunshots.  She died at Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center.  Police don't have a suspect or suspects in the case.  If you have any information that can help police make an arrest, call the Niagara Falls Police Department at 716-286-4553.

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Our heart goes out to Shakiya's family, as well as the other families affected by gun violence in Niagara Falls and Buffalo.  Please don't be afraid to reach out to police if you do have any information that can help find those people behind this senseless murder.