Shooting at Phillips 66 station leaves man injured

Gunshots were fired at the Philips 66 gas station on Michigan Street in South Bend early Sunday morning. 

The call came in at 12:30 a.m. after ABC57's News Operations Manager Eric Bellinger was driving by, and witnessed a man pull out a gun and shoot another man. 

He pulled over, and called the police who arrived to the scene.  

Police say the victim is in the hospital with a gunshot wound to the arm.  They expect that he will be okay. 

They believe that the victim was inside the gas station making a purchase, and as he left the building was approached by a group of people in an attempted robbery.  Police say there was a scuffle, which later resulted in a shooting.

South Bend Police Department are on the lookout for a suspect.  The surveillance video from the gas station is too grainy to determine an accurate description of the suspect at this time. 

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