Amtrak Conductor Shot In Naperville

Police are investigating the shooting of an Amtrak conductor shot outside of Chicago.  Naperville Police said the incident occurred around 5:00pm Tuesday at the Naperville train station.  Amtrak officials say the conductor was shot in the upper body.  His wound is considered to be non-life threatening.  Police say a man in his 70’s from Wisconsin is in custody after being restrained by passengers.  Police don’t have a motive for the shooting.



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