AUSTIN (KXAN) — The Austin Police Department is continuing its investigation into an officer-involved shooting Jan. 29, and released the name Thursday of the suspect shot during the altercation.

Police responded to a 9-1-1 call around 2:30 a.m. Jan. 29, extending from the 7100 block of northbound I-35. APD spoke with the woman who placed the 9-1-1 call and said a witness told her a man shot at a woman at a neighboring gas station. She said the man was last seen at a motel behind the restaurant.

After receiving a description of the suspect, police found Terry Gonzales, 31, in a breezeway near the parking lot of the motel. Police said the officer gave several commands to get on the ground, with Gonzales not complying. After Gonzales walked behind parked vehicles, police said the officer fired multiple shots, striking Gonzales.

The scene near a police shooting in Austin (Picture: KXAN/Tim Holcomb)

Other officers approached the scene and treated the man for his injuries, Police Chief Joseph Chacon said in a press conference following the incident. A gun was recovered at the scene, Chacon added.

Gonzales was transported to an area hospital with serious, but not life-threatening, injuries, police said. No officers or civilians on or near the scene were injured. After being treated at the hospital, Gonzales was transported to the Travis County Central Booking Facility and charged with an aggravated robbery in relation to the reported shooting. That incident remains under investigation.

The officer-involved shooting was captured on a body camera, and the officer involved has been placed on administrative leave, per department policy.

APD Chief Joseph Chacon gives a briefing after an officer shot a man in north Austin (Picture: KXAN/Tim Holcomb)

APD officers were also working a homicide in northeast Austin on Saturday morning, and Chacon said investigators are working to determine if there is a link between the two incidents.

The officer who fired their weapon has been with the department for two and a half years. A video of the incident will be released within 10 business days, per APD policy.

Anyone with information about the incident should call 9-1-1.