Police are looking for the person that pulled the trigger and killed 20-year-old Levi Pruitt in a shooting on Tuesday night in Beaumont.

"I'm going to miss my son, I loved him very much," says Tony Pruitt, father of the victim.

It is now a sad gathering on the driveway of the home on the 3900 block of of Sunbury Drive in Beaumont's West end.

"Everybody loved Levi, there was no reason for what happened because he was a good kid," the father says.

Over a dozen of his friends came together just hours after the shooting to comfort the grieving family.

Pruitt was killed after being shot multiple times in the torso.

"I watched one of my best friends get shot and I have never seen something like that in my life," says Andrew Haynes, who witnessed Pruitt get shot and killed.

He says this is something he will never forget.

"Levi was sitting down, the guy then shot him," Haynes says.

The West Brook High School graduate tried to make his way into his home, when he then fell into his fathers arms.

"Now my baby is gone," Pruitt's father sobbingly says.

The group of friends are now devastated for the loss of what they called a caring and loving friend.

"He did a lot for people, he did everything to help someone out, he did not deserve that," his best friend says.

Police tell 12News they are currently investigating a few tips on the case, but they ask the public that if you have any other information that can lead to an arrest to call 9-1-1.