The push is on to find the gunman in a Johnson City homicide.

It happened Easter morning around 6:30 on Crocker Avenue. Police say 46-year-old Erika Smith Cunningham was shot and killed, and two others were injured. The extent of their injuries is unknown and their names have not been released.

Cunningham lived in Binghamton, but was originally from Queens. Police say she was not the intended target, but they do not believe this was a random act, and they do not think the general public is in any further danger.

Many neighbors, nevertheless, are worried.

"I'm scared because what if it happened to me, my dad, or my mom?" asked Marcene Pierce.

"If it could have been at a different time, a different day, my kids could have -- they ride their bike down through there -- they could have been in the area at the time it happened," said Jonas Rodriguez.

Some residents are asking officers to do more to protect their neighborhood.

"You're worried about getting the drugs off the street, get the guns off the street. Get them off, because you [saw] what happened on the street. It needs to stop," Pierce said.

No arrest has been made, but the Johnson City police are working with state police and the DA’s office around the clock, and are continuing to develop leads. Anyone with information is asked to call Johnson City police at 607-798-9318.