A man was shot and killed while sitting in a car in his driveway in Salt Lake City early Tuesday.

Vincent Samora, 35, had just arrived at his house, 1250 W. Glendale Drive (1350 South), when he was shot at about 4:15 a.m.

Salt Lake City police Lt. Craig Gleason told KSL-TV Samora was found in the passenger seat of his car. Samora was with a female friend, who was driving.

Investigators were looking Tuesday for at least two men who may have fled in a newer model silver Jeep Cherokee, said Salt Lake City police detective Jeff Bedard.

The Jeep was in good condition with tinted windows and chrome wheels, according to police. Investigators say it was seen driving around the Glendale area from 10 p.m. until the shooting, Bedard said.

Gleason told KSL that multiple shots were fired.

Detectives did not know Tuesday morning if the gunmen were waiting for Samora to arrive home or if he possibly was followed, Salt Lake City police detective Jared Wihongi said. Nothing was taken from the victim or from the vehicle after the shooting.

A check of court records showed Samora had an extensive criminal history, including drug distribution, robbery and burglary.