On the Near West Side, a man was shot and killed in front of a Greyhound station

On Monday morning, a man was shot and murdered in front of the Greyhound bus stop on the Near West Side.

Around 11:20 a.m., the shooter started firing as the man got out of his car in front of the station on the 600 block of West Harrison Street, according to Deputy Police Chief Jill Stevens.

The 30-year-old guy was struck many times and rushed to Stroger Hospital, where he was later declared dead, according to police.

According to Stevens, the police believe the individual worked at the station.

Officials first claimed that an altercation between the two led to the shooting, but Stevens claims that they were silent. We don’t think there were any words spoken, she said.

Assailant fled on foot, according to Stevens. He was last spotted wearing black sweatpants and a black hoodie, and his height is estimated to be around 5-foot-10.

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