Lexington Police Say No Arrests Yet In Georgetown Street Shooting

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 9/15/2012 8:42 pm
Lexington Police are looking for a man who they say shot someone outside a convenience store.

Investigators say it happened just before 10:00pm Friday night outside of 'E-Z Stop Groceries' on Georgetown Street.

The victim told officers he was in the parking lot when a man came up to him, shot him in the torso and then ran off.

Police say the victim drove off in his SUV, but then came back to the scene and was taken to UK Hospital.

Investigators have not identified the victim.

But they say he had surgery Friday night and was listed in stable condition.
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