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Man shot outside Westborough restaurant with pellet gun

Westborough – Police Chief Alan Gordon released this statement this morning regarding an incident that occurred last night outside a local restaurant:

On 12/9/12, at approximately 10:22 PM, the Westborough Police Dept. responded to 50 E. Main St. for a report of a male subject who had been shot by some type of weapon. The arriving units located a 64 year old male with injuries to his elbow and face. He was treated by Paramedics from the Westborough Fire Dept. at the scene.

The investigation revealed that the 64 year old male had pulled into the parking lot in his vehicle and was walking towards Sapporo's Restaurant. He was approached by a male who was wearing a ski mask and a gray hoodie. The suspect was described as 5″10″ and slim. The suspect said something to the victim which was inaudible. The suspect then fired three shots from a pellet gun striking the victim twice in the face and once on the elbow.

 

The suspect then walked away heading towards Willow St.? The area was searched by the Westborough Police Dept. and a K-9 from the Massachusetts State Police with negative results.

 

The incident is being investigated by Det. Sgt. Glenn McLeod and Det. Steven Tompkins.

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