Authorities Investigate Shooting of Man at Stater Bros. Shopping Center in Corona

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A man was shot on July 2, 2018, in the area of the Stater Bros. shopping center in Corona and was transported to a hospital where he is in stable condition, authorities said. (Credit: OC Hawk)

A man was shot on July 2, 2018, in the area of the Stater Bros. shopping center in Corona and was transported to a hospital where he is in stable condition, authorities said. (Credit: OC Hawk)

Authorities are investigating after a man was shot in the parking lot of a Corona shopping center on Monday.

The man was transported to a hospital in stable condition after being struck by gunfire shortly after 4 p.m. in the plaza anchored by a Stater Bros. Markets at 2243 Eagle Glen Parkway, the Corona Police Department said in a news release.

Though the victim was cognizant, he was “being uncooperative” with investigators and hadn’t provided much help, said Lt. Sergio Banales.

There was only one shooter — possibly from Corona — but it is believed multiple people were in the vehicle with the gunman, Banales stated.

Detectives are now reviewing footage from surveillance cameras in the area and interviewing witnesses. Surveillance video showing the suspect would not be immediately released to the media, Banales said.

No further information was released.

Anyone with information about the investigation can contact Corona Police Department Senior Detective Jesse Jurado at 951-279-3628 or Jesse.Jurado@CoronaCA.gov.

KTLA’s Matt Phillips and Erika Martin contributed to this story.

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