CHICAGO (CBS)– Three people were shot in a CTA subway tunnel in The Loop early Monday morning.
Police said two men and a woman were shot in the CTA tunnel between the Red and Blue Lines just after 2 a.m. Monday.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: August Starts On The Cooler Side
Detectives have been working around the clock & have good leads on a person of interest from the senseless murder & shooting at CTA State Street station. Incident stemmed from argument between 3 individuals. Investigation continues & addtional info will be available soon. pic.twitter.com/eiZQLhJNav
— Anthony Guglielmi (@AJGuglielmi) February 17, 2020
State Street was temporarily closed between Jackson and Van Buren as police investigated, and Red and Blue Line bypassed the Jackson stop for several hours after the shooting, but State Street has since reopened, and Red and Blue line trains are running normally again.
According to police, one of the men died at the scene after he was shot in the stomach and chest.
The other man was shot in the head and arm and remains in critical condition.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Slight Chance Of Storms Overnight; A Quiet Pattern To Come
A 19-year-old woman was also shot and police told CBS 2 she was with the two men and may have not been the intended target.
Police said a male suspect ran away from the scene after the shooting. Police believe the suspect knew the victims and this incident was personal in nature.
Police said the incident stemmed from a quarrel.
No arrests have been made.
Shootings in the same tunnel have made headlines previously.
In December 2018, a gunman wearing a surgical mask opened fire in the tunnel around 5:05 p.m. during the evening rush. A man in his 20s was wounded.MORE NEWS: At Least 2 People Killed, 32 Wounded In Gun Violence In Chicago So Far This Weekend
Police believed that shooting was also targeted and the gunman likely knew his victim.