Ohio Cancer Survivor Shot and Killed Bicycling to Work

A cancer survivor bicycling to work for the first time to save on gas was shot and killed, according to Toledo police.

Police Capt. Ray Carroll said 46-year-old David Babcock was seen on a street having a heated argument with another man before he was shot around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday.

"(There were) two people arguing, yelling at each other, then the gun shots went off," said Carroll. "We were given just a vague description (of the suspect)."

Babcock was pronounced dead at an area hospital.

The coroner said Babcock took a bullet to the face that caused massive bleeding and hampered his breathing.

Witnesses told police they saw a suspect run down a street in the mostly residential neighborhood.

The shooter took a ring of keys from Babcock, according to MYFOX Toledo.

No arrests have been made. Authorities don't know the motive for the shooting.

Babcock survived surgery to remove a brain tumor 13 years ago. His fiancée, Rene Long, said he had put lights on his bike and wore a reflective vest so he would be safe on his inaugural, 8-mile ride to his job at Fresh Products Inc., a maker of air fresheners.

"I was so proud of him. He couldn't wait to ride it to work. That was his first day of riding it to work," Long said.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.