Man, 45, found in critical condition after Burnside shooting

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A man was in critical condition after being shot multiple times Sunday night in the Burnside neighborhood on the South Side.

At 10:43 p.m., ShotSpotter gunshot detectors led officers to find the 45-year-old outside in the 9200 block of South Cottage Grove, according to Chicago police.

Chicago police investigate the scene where a 45-year-old man was found critically wounded in a shooting, Sunday night in the 9200 block of South Cottage Grove, in the Burnside neighborhood. | Tyler LaRiviere/Sun-Times

Chicago police investigate the scene where a 45-year-old man was found critically wounded in a shooting, Sunday night in the 9200 block of South Cottage Grove, in the Burnside neighborhood. | Tyler LaRiviere/Sun-Times

He had gunshot wounds throughout his leg and neck, and was brought to University of Chicago Medical Center in critical condition, police said.

Police did not release further details on the shooting, saying that detectives have yet to find any witnesses. No one has been arrested.

Chicago police investigate the scene where a 45-year-old man was found critically wounded in a shooting, Sunday night in the 9200 block of South Cottage Grove, in the Burnside neighborhood. | Tyler LaRiviere/Sun-Times

Chicago police investigate the scene where a 45-year-old man was found critically wounded in a shooting, Sunday night in the 9200 block of South Cottage Grove, in the Burnside neighborhood. | Tyler LaRiviere/Sun-Times

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