Man found shot in Loop was dropped off by driver: surveillance video

CHICAGO — A man found shot in the Loop overnight was not cooperating with Chicago police. Officers who reviewed surveillance video said it appeared that he was dropped off in the area after being injured.

Police found the 29-year-old man near Michigan and Randolph with a gunshot wound to his left foot around 3:04 a.m.

He refused to provide any information about what happened, according to a CPD media statement.

Surveillance footage showed that he was dropped off near Wabash and Randolph by someone driving a white SUV. He limped over to Michigan Avenue, where he encountered police.

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