Police today identified the man shot early Thursday in North Philly as Rahim Carter, 32, of Upper Darby.
An unidentified gunman shot Carter twice in the chest at point-blank range while he was sitting in a van with another man at 10th Street near Cambridge, police said.
Carter then drove the vehicle into a Dunkin Donuts about a block away, said police spokeswoman Officer Tanya Little. Officers from a nearby public-housing complex found him there and took him to Hahnemann University Hospital, where he died at 4:53 a.m. The passenger in Carter's van was not injured.
There is no information on a motive or suspect, Little said.