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One person critically injured in north Charlotte shooting

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -

At least one person was injured after being shot in north Charlotte early Monday morning.

According to police in Charlotte, the shooting happened just after 4 a.m. on Prospect Drive near Reagan Drive and Sugar Creek.

This area is near an apartment complex, but police say the shooting didn't actually happen at the complex, but near it.

Medic officials say they transported one person to Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte with gunshot wounds with critical injuries.

Family members at the scene say the man was in his mid-30s. They say he was visiting someone at a nearby apartment complex when he was robbed and shot three times.

That's when family members say he ran to Prospect Drive where his brother-in-law lives.

Police have no given any details about the shooting.

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