KENTWOOD, Mich. (WOOD) — As they identified the victim of a shooting as a teenager, Kentwood police on Monday said the person they had taken into custody in the case had been released.

The Kentwood Police Department named 13-year-old Jamarion McCuller as the victim of the Saturday night shooting on 29th Street SE near Broadmoor Avenue SE, near Lowe’s. Jamarion died on the scene.

A suspect was arrested near the scene but was released from custody Monday at the direction of the Kent County Prosecutor’s Office, according to Kentwood police.

The prosecutor’s office told News 8 that more work needed to be done before a decision could be made about charges.

A source close to the investigation said the shooting was not random. Police did not release further details, calling it an “intricate situation.”

Jamarion was a student at Alger Middle School in Grand Rapids.

“Jamarion was intelligent, full of life, and a kind student who always had a smile on his face,” Principal Bernard Colton wrote in a letter (PDF) sent to families Monday. “He brightened up everyone’s day at Alger with his magnetic personality. Jamarion will be greatly missed. Our deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences go to his family, friends, and the entire Alger Middle School community.”

He said the crisis response team would be available to help students.

—News 8’s Byron Tollefson contributed to this report.