CHICAGO (CBS) — A person waiting in line to take a driving test was shot in Chicago Heights Monday afternoon.

According to the Secretary of State’s office, the offender walked up to the man, shot him and then fled on foot.

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The facility was closed but has since reopened. Chicago Heights are investigating. The incident took place just after 1 p.m.

Authorities said it happened at 570 West 209th Street. Police said a 2018 four-door Hyundai was in a parking lot at the facility with one occupant. He is identified as 27-year-old Brian Walton of Harvey.

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Walton was in the driver’s seat and was found with a gunshot wound above his left hip. He was taken to Stroger Hospital.

After talking to the victim, police said it’s believed the alleged shooter was in a dark colored vehicle. Police do not think it was a random act.

Authorities ask that anyone with information to call the Chicago Heights Police Department Detective Division at 708-756-6422.

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