WORCESTER – The victim of a shooting near Grafton St. in Worcester on Saturday night is a 32-year-old male, according to the Worcester Police Department [WPD].
At 11:45 PM on Saturday night, the WPD confirmed with TWIW that they are investigating the shooting incident and that the victim’s condition was unknown.
The shooting occurred around 6 PM at 5 Benham St.
A ThisWeekinWorcester.com reported Saturday evening, the man was shot multiple times in the arm and chest off and was found in traumatic arrest. He was transported to a local hospital “priority one” – which means an immediate threat to life exists — from the scene.
The WPD is searching for the suspect’s vehicle – a dark colored Dodge Charger.
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