INDIANAPOLIS - One person was in critical condition Sunday afternoon after being shot on Indianapolis' southwest side.
Indianapolis police said a victim had been shot in the chest in an alley on the 3200 block of Rybolt Avenue and was in "very critical condition."
As of 4:30 p.m., homicide and aggravated assault detectives were being called to scene.
Police had not released details on any suspects or possible motives for the shooting.
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