ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department is investigating a fatal shooting that took place Saturday evening in St. Louis' Wells-Goodfellow neighborhood.
Police said a 38-year-old man was found shot multiple times shortly after 5:30 p.m. in the parking lot of a Price Chopper store near the intersection of Goodfellow Boulevard and Maffitt Avenue.
The man was not conscious or breathing at the scene, police said.
Police said he was shot while inside a car then got out and ran to the store.
Police said a woman shot him and fled the scene in a Nissan vehicle. Police said a woman was taken into custody. She has not been charged as of this writing.
He was identified as 38-year-old Troy Bond of Kennerly Avenue in The Ville neighborhood.
St. Louis police's Homicide Division was requested to investigate the fatal shooting.
No additional information about the victim was immediately released.
This is a developing story. 5 On Your Side will update information as it is confirmed.
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