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Wednesday shooting victim remains hospitalized

(KAIR)--The victim of a late Wednesday morning Atchison shooting remains hospitalized.

That word was released Thursday morning by Atchison Police Chief Mike Wilson.

He told MSC News the 22-year-old victim remains hospitalized for the wounds suffered in the shooting that happened shortly after 10:00 in the 1000 block of Parallel Street.

As of Thursday morning, the man was recuperating was surgery and continuing to recover from the single shot from a handgun.

Wilson said there has not yet been any arrest, but the search continues for a 23-year-old man.

He said that while the man was originally named as a person of interest, he has now been upgraded to a suspect as the investigation has progressed.

The suspect’s name will not be made public until charges are filed. 

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