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2 people were shot and 1 died in a shooting in the parking lot of an Aldi on Lucas and Hunt in North County Friday night. Credit: KMOV 2 people were shot and 1 died in a shooting in the parking lot of an Aldi on Lucas and Hunt in North County Friday night. Credit: KMOV
NORTH ST. LOUIS COUNTY (KMOV.com) -

One person was killed following a double shooting that happened in the parking lot of a grocery store in North County Friday evening.

Around 8:00 p.m., St. Louis County Police responded to an Aldi's grocery store in the 8400 block of Lucas and Hunt. 

Responding officers said they found Jacobi Bolden, 27, of the 4700 block of Begg, lying on the pavement with gunshot wounds. The victim had already died when police arrived. 

Another man, 28, was also found by police. The second victim sustained a gunshot wound to his torso.

The second victim told police he and the first victim were shot while sitting in their vehicle, which was parked in the store's parking lot. The suspects who fired at them then store the victim's vehicle, and drove away. 

The victim's vehicle was later recovered in Riverview. 

Suspect descriptions have not yet been released by police. 

The St. Louis County Police Department Bureau of Crimes Against Persons unit is conducting the ongoing investigation.

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