Man wanted for shooting rifle on Metra platform at McCormick Place: FBI

No injuries were reported in the shooting.

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The FBI says this man is wanted for firing a rifle Dec. 1 on a Metra train platform at McCormick Place.

The FBI says this man is wanted for firing a rifle Dec. 1 on a Metra train platform at McCormick Place.

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The FBI and Metra police are searching for a man who allegedly fired a rifle on a train platform last week at McCormick Place.

Videos released Wednesday by the FBI show a man remove a collapsible rifle from a backpack and fire one round at the Metra station, near Lake Shore Drive and 23rd Street, according to the FBI. 

No injuries were reported in the shooting, which happened about 10 a.m. Dec. 1, the FBI said in a statement.

The man had short-cropped hair and a receding hairline and should be considered armed and dangerous, the FBI said.

The FBI asked anyone with tips to call 1-800-CALL-FBI or submit tips at tips.fbi.gov. Tipsters can also call Metra police at 312-322-2800.

Authorities say this man is wanted for shooting a rifle on a Metra platform Dec. 1 at McCormick Place.

Authorities say this man is wanted for shooting a rifle on a Metra platform Dec. 1 at McCormick Place.

FBI

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