A 28-year-old man was killed in a double shooting early Monday evening at a corner store in the Nicetown section of North Philadelphia.

The man, whose name was not released, and a 53-year-old woman were shot in an aisle inside Roman Grocery, 1735 W. Butler St., just after 5:30 p.m., Philadelphia police said.

The store’s security camera footage showed a gunman coming inside the store, walking up to the man, and shooting him, firing at least four shots at close range, said Police Chief Inspector Scott Small. The gunman then turned around, left the store, and ran east down Butler Street. The man, who was struck in the chest, was the target of the shooting. Medics at the scene pronounced him dead just before 6 p.m.

The woman was hit in the chest with “stray gunfire,” Small said, and was conscious when police arrived. The woman was standing behind the intended target, near a deli counter at the back of the store’s first aisle when the gunman opened fire.

Officers took her to Temple University Hospital, where she is in critical condition but was expected to survive, the chief inspector said.

Both victims lived within a block of the corner grocery, but police believed they did not know each other.

Two employees were also in the store and were unharmed, Small said.

No other details were available.

As of 7 p.m., three other people had been shot in separate incidents throughout the city, police said. All of the victims were reported in stable condition.