Man shot outside apoartment building in Uniontown
Uniontown Police said a 34-year-old man was shot in the leg Saturday outside a small apartment building on Dunlap Street.
Police Lt. Thomas Kolencik said the shooting occurred shortly after 5 p.m. when the man walked into a yard behind the building. Authorities did not identify him.
Witnesses reported hearing two to four shots.
When police arrived, the man was on the kitchen floor of the apartment, Kolencik said.
He was taken by helicopter to UPMC Presbyterian hospital in Oakland, where was listed in stable condition, Kolencik said.
Police have identified two people of interest in the case.
No one has been charged, Kolencik said.
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