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CHICAGO — A Greyhound employee was shot Monday morning in front of the station on the Near West Side and later died.

The medical examiner has identified the man as Duwon Gaddis.

At around 11:20 a.m., police responded to the Greyhound station, located in the 600 block of West Harrison on the report of a shooting.

Police said a 30-year-old employee got out of a car as a suspect walked up and shot him. He was transported to Stroger Hospital in critical condition with multiple gunshot wounds, where he later died.

“It was crazy ’cause it happened here,” witness Ali Hale said. “We’re downtown, so you wouldn’t really expect that.”

Police are looking for a 5’10” man with a heavy build, wearing black pants with two stripes down the side and a black hoodie with white writing.

No suspects are in custody and CPD said they believe the shooting was targeted.

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