One man is dead and another man is wanted for questioning after a shooting at a Lexington gas station.
Police say 19 year-old Micheal Hanley was shot early Sunday morning outside the Shell station on New Circle and Broadway.
"He never met a stranger, he would give you the shirt off his back," said Michael's mother, Tammy Hanley.
When Tammy Hanley realized her son wasn't home around 3:30 Sunday morning, she made a phone call - one she'll never forget.
"We called Michael's phone and no one answered and someone finally answered and said 'oh my god, Michael's been shot.,'" Tammy said.
Tammy says she arrived to find her son on the floor inside the station's store. She says she performed CPR before help arrived.
Lexington police say Hanley was shot near one of the gas pumps, then came back inside the store for help, where gas station employees say he collapsed.
He was later pronounced dead at UK Hospital..
Police say a man captured on gas station serveillance video is wanted for questioning.
They are looking for a black male in his early 20's, with a mustache, medium complexion, 5 foot 9 inches tall, 160 to 180 lbs., and believed to have been driving a greenish blue sedan.
Family members say recently Hanley had been getting his life on track - planning on getting his GED and playing basketball again, something they say was his talent.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Police Communications Unit at (859) 258-2600, Personal Crimes Section at (859) 258-3700, or Bluegrass Crime Stoppers at (859) 253-2020.
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