David Victory, charged with attempted murder. (Credit; Chicago Police Department)

David Victory, charged with attempted murder. (Credit; Chicago Police Department)

CHICAGO (CBS) — A convicted felon on parole for a 2009 robbery was charged with attempted first-degree murder after he allegedly shot two teenage girls in the West Garfield Park neighborhood Tuesday morning.

Police claim they found David Victory, 21, hiding in a gangway about 5:15 a.m. Tuesday — roughly 25 minutes after he allegedly shot the two 17-year-old girls.

Officers, responding to a report of someone shot, found the two girls in the 700 block of South Kilbourn Avenue, police said in a release early Wednesday. One teen was shot in the chest and head, police said, and the other was shot in the arm.

As officers tended to the two teens, they allegedly saw Victory jump a fence and run through a yard, the release said.

Police later found Victory hiding several blocks away in a gangway in the 700 block of South Kostner Avenue, the release said, adding that a revolver was found.

Victory, of the 600 block of North Springfield Avenue, was denied bond on Wednesday. He was due back in court on Dec. 18.

In addition to facing two counts of attempted first-degree murder, Victory is also charged with two weapons violations and possession of marijuana. In 2009, he was convicted of aggravated robbery in 2009, police said.

The two teens wounded in the shooting are expected to recover from their injuries after being taken in serious condition to area hospitals.

(Source: Sun-Times Media Wire © Chicago Sun-Times 2012. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.)

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