Multiple police agencies investigate after a person was shot and drove to the BP gas station, located at 2930 Belvidere Road in Waukegan, Saturday morning. | Photo: Andy Heaven

A man who was found shot at a gas station in Waukegan claimed he was shot by suspects who were impersonating the police and had pulled him over in Park City Saturday morning.

The Waukegan Police Department and Waukegan Fire Department responded around 3:38 a.m. Saturday to the BP gas station, 2930 Belvidere Road in Waukegan, for a gunshot victim.

Officers arrived to find a man who was shot in the arm and arrived in the gas parking lot in a Mercedes sedan.

Paramedics transported the victim, who is in his 30s, to Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville.

The victim told investigators he was pulled over by two subjects that claimed they were police officers.

He attempted to flee the scene by getting back into his vehicle when one of them shot him. He then drove to the gas station and 911 was notified.

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The victim initially reported the incident happened on Interstate 94 near Route 120.

It was later believed the incident actually occurred on Route 41 south of Route 120 — not on Interstate 94.

Crime scene tape was placed around the area of the gas pumps and evidence technicians processed the scene.

The Illinois State Police and Park City Police Department responded to assist in the investigation.