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Victim in Stable Condition After Shooting in Subbase

Police converge on the scene of a shooting Monday in the Subbase area. (Submitted photo)An unidentified man was shot several times Monday afternoon in the Subbase area of Charlotte Amalie, and as of 11:20 p.m. was out of surgery and in stable condition at the Schneider Regional Medical Center, the V.I. Police Department reported.

The victim’s name was not available from police Monday night.

According to the police, at roughly 4:53 p.m. patrol units from the Richard Callwood Command and Investigation Units traveled to Subbase after citizens reported shots fired near Doctor’s Choice Pharmacy.

Officers then traveled to the Schneider emergency room after the shooting victim was transported via ambulance for medical attention for several gunshot wounds about the body. At the hospital the officers found the victim, an unresponsive black male who had been taken into surgery for the injuries he sustained during this incident.

At 11:20 p.m. the police reported the victim was out of surgery and in stable condition.

This case is under investigation by the Criminal Investigation Bureau.

Police urged anyone with information about this or any other crimes in the territory crimes to contact the department at 340-774-2211, the Criminal Investigation Bureau at 340-714-9801, the 911 emergency call center, or the anonymous tip service, Crime Stoppers VI, at 1-800-222-8477. 

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