Shooting victim drives to North St. Louis grocery store

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ST. LOUIS (KPLR) - A man shows up in the parking lot of a North St. Louis grocery store looking for help after he had been shot multiple times.

At the scene at , you could see the bullet riddled car of the man who police say was shot in his arm, leg and back.

It all unfolded a little before 10am this morning outside of Bob`s Quality Market.

Police say they believe the man was shot somewhere else then he drove to just across the street from the store and made it to the parking lot where a customer called 911 for help.

Surveillance video provided to us by the store owner shows the man limping across the parking lot then going into a car where he waited for EMS crews.

He was taken away in an ambulance a short time later.

Police say the man was conscious and breathing but would not give them his name or any details about what happened to him.

Investigators say he is 24 years old and his injuries are non-life threatening.

We counted 11 bullet holes in the driver`s side of the car.

At this point, police have no suspects in connection with the shooting.

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