MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A 20-year-old man is in critical condition after police say he was gunned down at a Raleigh gas station around midnight Monday morning.

The shooting happened at the Marathon station in the 3300 block of Austin Peay Highway. Glass doors at the gas station were shot out.

The victim was inside the store when he told police a vehicle pulled up and two men got out. One of the two – ‘with a large gun, faced the victim and started shooting.’

That’s when the victim pulled his own weapon returning fire. Clerks and customers took cover.

Fire department officials said the victim was taken to Regional One with gunshot wounds. According to the Memphis Police Department, he is now in critical condition.

By sunup, we returned to the store, where efforts were being made to clean up and patch up a shattered window, presumably from the gun battle from hours earlier.

Police spent quite some time looking at surveillance cameras outside and inside the store. Something else that could be vital is the 28 shell casings recovered, likely an indication of how many shots were fired.

In addition to the gunman captured in the surveillance photo, police said there was a second suspect in the store. Detectives are also looking for a third person, possibly a woman, who drove a dark Dodge sedan.

If you know anything that could help police, call CrimeStoppers at 901-528-CASH.