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Man found shot near ATM on northeast side

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – A man is in critical condition after a shooting on the near northeast side.

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said a little after 1:30 a.m. they were called to the 2400 block of North Sherman Drive, near East 25th Street, after someone heard gunshots and spotted a man on the ground.

Police said when they arrived they found a vehicle parked near an ATM and a man, 36 years old according to the initial police report, on the ground near the passenger side of the vehicle.

Police said the man had been shot several times in the torso. He was rushed to Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Hospital in critical condition. No one else was inside the parked vehicle.

Officers also found money on the ground at the scene, but IMPD isn’t sure if the man had been robbed after getting cash from the ATM.

Investigators are searching for nearby surveillance video.

“That car is parked a fair distance away from the ATM and like I said, the individual was located towards the passenger rear side of the vehicle on the ground,” IMPD’s Deputy Chief of Patrol Valerie Cunningham said.  So the hope would be if there is a camera on the ATM it would have caught some images, but at this point in time they’ll gather the evidence from the camera but we’re not sure if it will have any images on it.”

If you know anything about the shooting you’re encouraged to call Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana at 317-262-TIPS (8477).

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