Man shot 2 days ago in South Holland walks in to Stroger Hospital

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Stroger Hospital exterior | Sun-Times file photo

A man walked in to Stroger Hospital early Tuesday morning two days after being shot in South Holland.

The 48-year-old showed up at Stroger Hospital on his own and told investigators he’d been shot somewhere in the south suburb, according to Chicago police. An exact location and time for the shooting were not immediately available.

On Wednesday, Chicago police had no further details to release about the shooting.

Shawn Staples, chief of South Holland police, said the department had not received any information about the shooting from Stroger or the man.

“The victim would need to file a report with our department,” Staples said.

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