Maine State Police are still investigating the shooting death of a 30-year-old Biddeford man on Monday, but offered no new details on the crime or its motive.

Stephen McCausland, state police spokesman, said officials were still conducting interviews and gathering evidence Wednesday. He would not answer questions about the motive of the crime or whether there was any danger to the public while police search for the shooter.

The shooting was reported on West Cutts Street on Monday about 1 a.m. The victim, Jonathan Methot, lived at the duplex at 68-70 West Cutts St.

Detectives had told a neighbor on Monday that they were looking for two suspects, but McCausland did not say whether that was still the case Wednesday.

West Cutts is a dead-end road just off Main Street near the Saco Rive and downtown.

It was also not known Wednesday whether the shooting was drug-related. Officials with the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency did not respond to a phone call Wednesday.

Methot had a criminal history in Maine dating to 2005.

Most of the charges were misdemeanors, including a charge for operating under the influence, but he also was convicted of felony drug trafficking and furnishing scheduled drugs, according to state records.