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Police: Suspect at large after man wounded in Union shooting

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Police said a suspect is at large after a shooting in Union on Wednesday.

Sam White of the Union Police Department said a man was shot and then transported to Spartanburg Regional Hospital for treatment.

An official incident report from police said they responded to reports of a shooting behind 620 South Pinckney Street. Upon arrival on the scene, police said several people were shouting that a man had been shot.

The incident report said an officer then saw the victim laying on his stomach in the backyard of the residence. The victim told the officer he'd been shot twice in his back and could not move his legs. He also told the officer he didn't know who the shooter was because he'd been shot from behind.

The victim was treated by EMS and then transported to Spartanburg Regional Hospital for treatment, per the incident report.

According to police, the unknown suspect is at large and may be traveling in a white Camry with tinted windows.

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