Strip club bouncer shot in west Phoenix, suspect sought

Posted at 4:24 AM, Apr 24, 2017

A bouncer was reportedly shot overnight at a West Valley strip club by a patron who was kicked out of the club.

The shooting happened just before 1 a.m. on Monday at the Alaskan Bush Company in the area of Grand and 29th avenues.

Phoenix police say a man was kicked out of the club, went to his vehicle and retrieved a gun and started shooting at the building. The gunfire hit a bouncer in the calf. The victim was taken to the hospital for treatment of the non-life-threatening injury.

The suspect got into his vehicle and left the strip club and police are currently looking for him. 

No other information has been released. Stay with ABC15 for updates.