Norwalk police still look for Stop & Shop shooter 1 year later

NORWALK - This week marks one year since a woman was shot in a supermarket parking lot in Norwalk and police are still looking for the shooter.

It happened at the Stop & Shop on Connecticut Avenue.

Police say the victim was putting her groceries into her SUV when she was shot in the stomach.

She survived.

The suspect took off and was later seen at a nearby train station, but he was never caught.

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Norwalk Police Tipline : 203-854-3111 Anonymous Text Tips: Type "NPD" into text field followed by message : CRIMES (274637)

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