Man shot after argument outdoors of downtown Edmonton pub

A man was taken to hospital Thursday morning after he was shot in downtown Edmonton.

The city’s police chief made the revelation during a police commission meeting and called it “a brazen shooting outside a pub.”

Chief Dale McFee said the victim was shot in the arm and another bullet “grazed his chest.”

Officers were called to the area of ​​101 Avenue and 104 Street just after midnight. The business was not named by either McFee or a spokesperson who provided more details.

The victim is expected to recover from his injuries. No arrest was made and police were still searching for the shooter Thursday afternoon.

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