Police investigate a shooting that left two people injured near Greenwood Avenue and Linden Avenue in Waukegan Monday afternoon. | Photo: Joe Shuman/J. Shuman Photography (2021)

No one is in custody after a man was shot and a teen was injured during a shooting in Waukegan Monday afternoon.

The Waukegan Police Department responded around 1:45 p.m. Monday to the area of Greenwood Avenue and Linden Avenue for a report of a shooting.

Officers arrived and located a Waukegan man in his 20s who had been shot while he was sitting in a parked 2007 black Lincoln sedan in the street, according to Waukegan Deputy Police Chief Joe Florip.

The man told police he was shot by an unknown offender or offenders.

Police investigate a shooting that left two people injured near Greenwood Avenue and Linden Avenue in Waukegan Monday afternoon. | Photo: Joe Shuman/J. Shuman Photography (2021)

Paramedics transported the man to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, Florip said.

According to an Illinois State Police Emergency Radio Network (ISPERN) alert issued to area police departments, an occupant in the rear passenger seat of a dark green Dodge Charger was reportedly shooting a gun and the vehicle left eastbound on Greenwood Avenue.

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A 17-year-old male in the front passenger seat of the Lincoln suffered a superficial wound during the shooting, Florip said.

The teen was not at the location of the shooting when officers arrived and he transported himself to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Police investigate a shooting that left two people injured near Greenwood Avenue and Linden Avenue in Waukegan Monday afternoon. | Photo: Joe Shuman/J. Shuman Photography (2021)

Florip said no one is in custody and the motive is unknown.

Officers recovered shell casings at the scene, but are not releasing the caliber or amount of casings recovered.

The shooting remains under investigation by the Waukegan Police Department.

Anyone with information on the shooting is asked to call the Waukegan Police Department Community Crimes Division at 847-856-6444.