GREENBELT, Md. - Authorities say a man was shot outside of the Greenbelt Metro station Friday.
Metro Transit Police say the shooting took place at around 5 p.m. in the parking lot of the station.
A Prince George's County Fire and EMS spokesperson says the victim is in his late teens or in his early 20s. He was taken to the hospital in critical condition.
Police say the victim was conscious and alert at the scene before he was transported. He suffered three gunshot wounds -- two to the back and one to the leg.
Detectives say the shooting is not believed to be random and they are searching for a black male suspect in his late teens and early 20s running north towards the Beltway.
Greenbelt update 2: Shooting not believed to be random, per detectives. Suspect description: B/M, late teens/early 20s, dark-color jeans, sweatshirt with gray hood/sleeves and dark chest/back. Ran north toward Beltway. Have info? Text MyMTPD (696873) or call 202-962-2121 #wmata pic.twitter.com/Bs08jQrvSD— Metro Transit Police (@MetroTransitPD) April 13, 2018
There is currently no impact to rail service, according to police.
Anyone with information about the suspect or the shooting is asked to call Metro Transit Police at 202-962-2121 or by texting MyMTPD (696873).