ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Police are still looking for whoever opened fire outside an all nude strip club Saturday morning.
Police say a man smoking outside fantasy world was shot in the back.
The club near Jefferson and I-25 was the site of another shooting just a few months ago when two bouncers were shot in their legs.
They were okay.
Businesses owners nearby were surprised to hear there was another shooting in the area.
"I think our next thing is to actually talk to the clientele and see what their feelings are…if they feel concerned, if they don't, if we do have to have security or cameras or whatever we need to do to make them feel safe. That's my concern right now," the co-owner of Firebellz, Charles Bustos, said.
The man who was shot is expected to recover.
Police have not released any information about what led to the shooting or even a description of the shooter.
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