CHICAGO (CBS) — Police on Monday evening have been searching for assist in discovering individual of curiosity in a capturing that left a person wounded within the South Loop on Sunday morning.
In line with Chicago Police, the person was standing in an alley behind 490 S. Wabash Ave., close to Ida B. Wells Drive, simply earlier than 7:30 a.m. Sunday when an unknown man shot him in the left leg.
The shooter then fled south on foot.
The sufferer was taken by the Chicago Fireplace Division to Northwestern Memorial Hospital the place he was stabilized.
The scene is close to pupil housing for Columbia School Chicago, Roosevelt College, and the DePaul College Loop campus.
Police mentioned Monday evening they’ve recognized an individual of curiosity captured in surveillance photographs. He’s a Black male between 45 and 50 years previous with white and grey hair, sporting a darkish hoody, khaki pants, and brown footwear.
He additionally seems to be sporting a greenish-colored lanyard or scarf.
Anybody with info is requested to name Space Three Detective Caryl Giordano at (312) 744-8261, or make an nameless tip to CPDTIP.com.
The general public is reminded to not strategy the person if he’s noticed.