A 23-year-old woman died after being shot in the head at Brooklyn Bridge Park last night.

At approximately 9:30 p.m., police responded a 911 call about a "possible crime taking place involving a firearm in the vicinity of Joralemon Street at Brooklyn Bridge Park," by Pier 6. When they arrived, they found the woman lying unconscious and unresponsive on the sidewalk at the edge of the park along 360 Furman Street, with a gunshot wound to her head.

(David Torres)

The NY Post reports that she was found with "her body against the chain-link fence that borders the park," near the luxury development One Brooklyn Bridge Park, which is by Pier 6.

EMS pronounced the victim, identified as Michelle Marks, dead at the scene. A police source tells the Wall Street Journal that Marks was an employee at Fornino, the pizza restaurant inside the park at Pier 6. The restaurant's owner reportedly told police that Marks left work at 9 p.m.

(David Torres)

NBC New York reports, "Police said they're not sure if a robbery led up to the shooting or if it was random, but they do believe she was murdered." The Journal's sources say she was shot at close range in the back of the head.

No arrests have been made. The investigation is ongoing, and we'll update as more information becomes available.

Update: Captain Sergio Centa, who heads the 84th Precinct, sent an email to some residents last night, saying that they believe Marks was killed due to an "ongoing domestic dispute"—and not as a result of issues at Pier 2:

Last night at approximately 9:30 PM, a 23 year old female was shot and killed inside of Brooklyn Bridge Park near the Atlantic Avenue entrance adjacent to Pier 6. We believe this shooting was the result of an ongoing domestic dispute. The victim worked at a location inside of the park and she was confronted as she left work. We have no reason to believe that this incident was related to any of the issues we have had in the park this year such as overcrowding and/or unruly crowds. We will continue to increase our patrol coverage within the park using all available resources including the 25 Police Officers permanently assigned to the Park.