64-year-old gas station owner dead — struck by stray bullet in Chicago shooting

CHICAGO — A 64-year-old gas station owner is dead after getting struck by a stray bullet in a West Town shooting Tuesday morning — after gunmen opened fire, wounding a 17-year-old boy as well.

Surveillance video shows four males get out of a black Lexus at about 10:35am in the 100 block of North Western Avenue and open fire, Chicago police said.

As the shooting broke out, the 64-year-old BP gas station owner was unloading items from the trunk of a car, police said.

Police said the man was struck in the chest and taken to Stroger Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The 17-year-old teen suffered two gunshot wounds to his left bicep and took himself to the same hospital, police said.

It is unclear if he was the intended target.

No arrest has been made, police said.