Authorities have released the name of a Wisconsin man who was found dead Tuesday morning at the Days Inn hotel on Oak Street.

Conway Police Department spokesman LaTresha Woodruff said 48-year-old Leonel Panduro of Whitewater, Wisconsin, was the man who was reportedly shot to death in room 106.

While authorities have released the victim's name, information regarding why he was in Conway or his relation to the shooter is unknown, Woodruff confirmed Wednesday afternoon.

"No arrests have been made," she said. "Detectives are following up on leads at this time."

Authorities were alerted of the shooting around 6 a.m. Tuesday morning. A path of evidence markers trailed from room 106 into the middle of the parking lot near the hotel's main entrance along Oak Grove Drive as detectives worked to piece together what happened.

"Obviously, we're trying to figure out what happened, so detectives came to the scene and they are talking to witnesses in the area, meaning people who are living here who may have heard the shots or even saw anything," Woodruff previously told the Log Cabin Democrat. "At this point, the investigation continues; we're trying to figure out exactly what happened."

Panduro's body has been sent to the Arkansas State Crime Lab for further investigation.

Faulkner County Coroner Jessica Thorn said Tuesday that anytime a homicide investigation is initiated, she requests the state medical examiner perform an autopsy. Thorn also confirmed Tuesday that Panduro "suffered several gunshot wounds."

Anyone with information regarding the killing is asked to call Conway police at 501-450-6120. Tips can also be submitted anonymously by texting CRIMES (274-637) using the keyword "Conway" in the text.

Panduro's shooting death marks the second slaying over about a two-year period at this Conway hotel.

Susan "Heather" Stubbs was reportedly strangled to death in room 114 in March 2016.

Scotty Ray Gardner, 57, is currently charged with capital murder in the March 6, 2016, strangulation of Stubbs and is faced with the death penalty. His two-week jury trial is currently set to begin on Aug. 14 in Faulkner County Circuit Court.