By Mike Dougherty

By Mike Dougherty

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — At least 27 bullets were fired during a shootout in Feltonville early Thursday morning.

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One man was hurt and police are now trying to track down the other shooter.

This happened at about 2 a.m outside a bar near Front and Wyoming.

Chief inspector Scott Small says a security guard at the bar heard shots outside and he went out and returned fire.

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“Upon police arrival, they found a 22-year-old armed, uniformed security guard who was shot one time in the leg. Police transported him to Temple Hospital.”

He’s in stable condition.

The other shooter got into a Chevy Malibu and fled the scene with two other people. They ditched the car a few blocks away, and police are now looking for all three.

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That car is registered to an address about a mile from the scene and authorities are waiting to speak with the owner.