By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Eyewitness News has learned a shooting on a SEPTA train was the result of a robbery. This happened at Arrott Street and Frankford Avenue along the Market-Frankford Line.

Sources tell us a suspect tried to hold up a rider on a moving train. They say when the rider resisted, the suspect shot the victim twice.

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The suspect then ran off between train cars and was later found dead near the tracks.

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The victim in stable condition at the hospital.

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This investigation disrupted service for some time, but SEPTA says trains are now back up and running again.