Alexandria police responded to the sounds of gunfire found a man shot early this morning.
The shooting happened during a suspected robbery just after 1 a.m. behind the shopping center in the 600 block of South Pickett Street in the Landmark area.
The victim was taken to a trauma center. He was last reported conscious and in stable condition.
Alexandria Police spokesman Marcel Bassett said the victim was a 42-year-old male and there were multiple gunshots reported. No arrest has been made and suspect information is not available.
Notification:: There is a heavy police presence in the 600 block of South Picket Street. This is in response to a shots fired incident. One person was injured, and the injury appeared to be non-life-threatening. APD is on scene and investigating. pic.twitter.com/mOTikpMTyT
— Alexandria Police (@AlexandriaVAPD) May 6, 2022
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