City officials seek public’s help amid ‘cycle of violence’ ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff Boston Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis, right, and Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino held a press conference Monday after two separate shootings Sunday. BOSTON POLICE Police say they are looking for this white SUV seen speeding away from Harlem Street in Dorchester shortly after a shooting Sunday night. Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff Milton Roye, who has lived on Harlem Street since1958, said that the violence in the area had become an unprecedented intrusion into a generally quiet neighborhood. Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff Police investigators continued to interview residents of Harlem Street the day after the quadruple shooting and a triple homicide. John Blanding/Globe Staff Police and other officials investigated the scene where four females were shot while they sat in a parked vehicle on Harlem Street in Dorchester Sunday night. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Boston Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis told reporters on Harlem Street on Sunday night that the department’s investigation was “very early in the process.” Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Cheryl Fiandaca, spokeswoman for the Boston Police Department, said she could not say anything about the ages of the victims on Harlem Street or about the suspect.