2 shot outside of the Greenfield Giant Eagle in Pittsburgh
Two people were hospitalized in stable condition Friday night after being shot in the parking lot of the Giant Eagle supermarket in Pittsburgh’s Greenfield neighborhood, police said.
The victims were found with gunshot wounds inside the supermarket, at Murray Avenue and Loretta Street, when police responded to reports of gunfire at 5:10 p.m., said Chris Togneri, a Pittsburgh police spokesman.
Several dozen casings were found on the ground, suggesting gunfire exchange between the two victims and one or more shooters, Togneri said in a statement.
Detectives were questioning the victims at an unidentified hospital, Togneri said.
Meanwhile, the investigation continues as police search for the other suspect or suspects in the shooting.
“The store will remain closed until law enforcement completes its investigation. Police cleared customers from the store and there were no injuries to customers or team members,” said Dick Roberts, a Giant Eagle spokesman.
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