Fort Collins police have identified the suspect arrested Tuesday in connection with the fatal shooting outside a Midtown McDonald's on Monday.

The shooting was reported about 10:40 a.m. Monday. When police arrived to the McDonald's located along College Avenue north of Drake Road, they found a deceased man and began investigating.

The Larimer County Coroner's Office ruled the man's death a homicide due to a gunshot wound Tuesday, according to police. The victim's identity will be released by the coroner after the victim's family is notified.

Late Monday, police asked for the public's help in identifying a suspect in the shooting and shared photos from area security cameras of a man and a vehicle. The vehicle had been reported stolen prior to the shooting, according to police.

On Tuesday, an off-duty Boulder County Sheriff's deputy called police to report seeing the stolen vehicle from the security camera photos parked at a business in Berthoud.

Members of the Larimer County Sheriff's Office and Fort Collins Police Services located and stopped the vehicle in Berthoud. The sole occupant of the vehicle at the time — 28-year-old Victor Jeremiah Corwin — was arrested in connection with Monday's fatal shooting.

Formal charges had not been filed against Corwin by the 8th Judicial District Attorney's Office as of 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

The vehicle police stopped Corwin in had been reported stolen in a burglary investigation in Lakewood, according to Fort Collins police.

Investigators were trying to determine Tuesday afternoon if Corwin and the victim knew each other. They also are investigating whether Monday's shooting is connected to the homicide of 58-year-old Todd Stout, which occurred July 5 under a bridge just south of Harmony Road and west of Mason Street.

In both cases, the victims were experiencing homelessness, police said. Stout died from multiple sharp force injuries, according to the coroner's office.

This is the fourth homicide reported this year in Fort Collins, according to Coloradoan records. It is the seventh in Larimer County, according to the coroner's office.

All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court. Arrests and charges are merely accusations by law enforcement until, and unless, a suspect is convicted of a crime.