New details: Police looking for shooter after man injured in shooting near UNCG’s campus

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — Police are investigating a shooting reported near the campus of UNC-Greensboro that left one man injured.

Police said the victim was a 21-year-old man who was shot at Campus Crossing Apartments, located at 708 S. Chapman St., around 8:30 on Sunday night.

The victim first tried to get to the hospital in a private car, then was picked up by an ambulance on Spring Garden Street .

He was taken to Moses Cone Hospital with what could be life-threatening injuries and had to undergo surgery, according to authorities.

Officers will not confirm if the victim is a student at UNCG or not.

UNCG police tweeted a description of the suspect just after the shooting.

Police are still investigating. Details about the circumstances surrounding the shooting have not been released.

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