INDIANAPOLIS — Police say a teenager, who was shot during a robbery at an ATM in Indianapolis, drove to a northeast side home where he met medics that took him to the hospital in critical condition.
Police were called to a report of a person shot just after 8 p.m. Sunday. Officers were told to go to a home on the northeast side to wait for the person who had been shot to arrive.
Investigators believe a teenager went to an ATM and, after getting his money, walked back to his truck. That's when the teenager was confronted by a suspect who tried to rob him and shot him in the process.
An IMPD spokesperson told 13News that the teenager drove to a home where first responders were waiting for him.
Medics took him to the hospital in critical condition. IMPD later reported he had stabilized.
At the time of publishing, police didn't have information on where or what ATM the shooting happened at. Suspect information has also not yet been released.
Anyone with information is being asked to call Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana at 317-262-8477.
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