AUSTIN (KXAN) - A man is recovering from a gunshot wound after he was shot during an attempted robbery in the parking lot of Fry's Electronics in north Austin on Tuesday night.
According to police, a man arrived at St. David's Healthcare Hospital at MoPac and Cedar Bend Drive around 8:15 p.m. with a gunshot wound.
The victim told police that he was shot in an attempted robbery about 15 minutes prior at the Fry's Electronics in the 12700 block of MoPac, just one mile north of the hospital. After he was shot, he was able to drive himself to the hospital.
Authorities are still investigating the shooting but they believe it might have stemmed from a drug deal. The alleged shooter has not been apprehended.
The extent of the victim's injuries are not known, but he is expected to survive.
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