Man shot in South Deering store

The male suspect wore a blue baseball cap with a white emblem on top and a gray T-shirt with the Chicago flag on it, police said.

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A man was shot while entering a store May 27, 2020, in the 10600 block of South Torrence Avenue.

A man was shot while entering a store May 27, 2020, in the 10600 block of South Torrence Avenue.

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A man was shot in the entrance of a store Wednesday in South Deering on the South Side.

The suspect opened fire about 12:25 p.m. from inside the store in the 10600 block of South Torrence Avenue as the male victim entered, according to Chicago police.

The 37-year-old man was hit in the shoulder and tried to run northbound, police said. The male shooter followed and fired the gun again before running westbound on 106th.

The victim was taken to Trinity Hospital, where his condition was stabilized, police said.

One other person was in the store at the time but was not injured, according to police.

The suspect wore a blue baseball cap with a white emblem on top and a gray T-shirt with the Chicago flag on it, police said.

No one is in custody as Area Two detectives investigate.

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