Man grazed in neck during grocery store shooting on White Plains Road

Authorities have not made any arrests, and say the investigation is ongoing. (1/14/14)

THE BRONX - One man was rushed to the hospital after being grazed by a bullet at a Bronx grocery store.

According to police, the shooting happened at around 9:30 p.m. Monday, inside the G&J Deli Grocery at 2741 White Plains Road.

According to the store clerk, the victim, who is in his 20s, collapsed on the ground after being grazed in the back of his neck. He is now recovering at Jacobi Medical Center.

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People in the area, including workers at the deli, say they don't know what sparked the shooting, and were afraid to speak to News 12 on camera.

Authorities have not made any arrests, and say the investigation is ongoing.
 

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