After investigating, police learned the victim was shot on East Pine Way, which is between East 14th and 15th streets.
Police said the suspect in the shooting has been identified as a black male who was wearing a black hoodie with white stripes, blue jeans and back tennis shoes at the time.
Allegheny County homicide detectives are investigating.
The Bible, which has survived more than four centuries, was one of more than 300 items allegedly stolen from the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh as part of a 20-year scheme by a former archivist Gregory Priore, 62, and rare books dealer John Schulman, 54, local outlet KDKA reports, both of whom had long worked closely with the library. They have been charged with theft, conspiracy and forgery, among other counts.
Investigators traced the tome to the American Pilgrim Museum in Leiden, which had paid about $1,200 for it. Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala explained that the director of the Leiden museum realized the Bible it had purchased belonged to the Carnegie Library and reached out to the institution. He’s “an honest man,” Zappala said, according to KDKA.
The mayor’s office set aside $20 million for road rehab, with $15 million being spent on asphalt. It is the largest paving budget in decades.
An interactive map was launched by the city to show the roads on this year’s paving schedule. Click here to see a list and view the map.The mayor’s office set aside $20 million for road rehab, with $15 million being spent on asphalt. It is the largest paving budget in decades.
More streets will be added when a new paving contract is approved.
— Bob Mayo (@BMayo_WTAE) April 23, 2019
A TSA spokesperson said the incident happened Monday morning, marking the 10th similar incident this year.
The TSA spokesperson said Allegheny County police were contacted. Police then detained the woman and confiscated the gun.
The TSA said the woman was from Arthurdale in Preston County, West Virginia.
It has not been announced if she’ll face charges.
Allegheny County officials said the man was taken to a hospital in critical condition.
Police are now searching for the suspect. At last report police were looking for a dark blue sedan seen leaving the area.
Traffic was at a standstill at the entrance to the outbound Squirrel Hill Tunnel.
All eastbound (outbound) lanes were initially closed. Traffic began moving shortly after 5 p.m Friday., but then stopped again.