Teen Shot in Glassboro, Shooter Gets Away: Cops - NBC 10 Philadelphia

Teen Shot in Glassboro, Shooter Gets Away: Cops

17-year-old expected to be OK after graze wound



    Teen Shot in Glassboro, Shooter Gets Away: Cops
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    A teen suffered a graze wound in a shooting Wednesday night in Glassboro, N.J. and police say that the person who shot him remained on the loose Thursday.

    Glassboro Police arrived to the Whitney Crescent Apartments on Higgins Drive around 10:30 p.m. to find a 17-year-old boy with a gunshot graze wound, according to a police report obtained by NBC10.

    The boy was hospitalized and released, cops said.

    The unknown shooter got away and a search was initiated that included surrounding police departments including multiple K-9 units, Gloucester County ERT and Philadelphia Police, police said.

    Despite the search, the alleged triggerman was not found. Anyone with info on the shooting should call Det. Lou Butler at 856-861-1501, ext. 88132 or e-mail Glassboro Police.

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