A young man was shot in a drive-by shooting in Center City Philadelphia that left bullet holes in a restaurant late Wednesday night.
Philadelphia and SEPTA police rushed to 17th Street and JFK Boulevard around 11:10 p.m. to find a 19-year-old man shot at least three times in his arms and leg, Philadelphia Police Inspector D.F. Pace said. A SEPTA officer rushed the man to the hospital where he was listed in serious but stable condition.
The shots appeared to have come from a passing car on 17th Street, Pace said.
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At least 15 shots were fired with some of the bullets striking the glass of a restaurant at the corner, investigators said.
Police continued to investigate the shooting past midnight.
A satchel or purse was left in the middle of street and was part of the police investigation, Pace said.
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Investigators gave no motive for the shooting and no arrests were made as of Thursday morning.
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