UPDATE: Man shot tonight in Chattanooga identified, suspects still on the loose

Chattanooga police work the scene of a drive-by shooting that wounded one male in the ankle shortly before 6 p.m. Thursday on a parking lot at W. 38th Street and Central Ave. There were two men wearing ski masks who drove by in a sedan, according to Lt. Jerri Sutton.
photo A police officer writes down information at the scene of a shooting March 10, 2016 on W 38th St. off Central Ave.

A half-dozen police cars and crime scene tape blocked off the parking lot of a West 38th Street convenience store on Thursday night after a 23-year-old man was shot there.

Chattanooga Police Department Lt. Jerri Sutton confirmed that Thomas McCauley was shot in the ankle and had been taken to a local hospital for treatment of a non-life-threatening wound.

McCauley was injured shortly before 6 p.m. Thursday when two males wearing ski masks drove by and shot him in a convenience store parking lot on the corner of Central Avenue and W 38th Street.