ANDERSON, Ind. — A 19-year-old is recovering in a Central Indiana hospital after being shot Monday in Anderson, according to local police.

Anderson Police Department crews were called around 5 p.m. Monday to the 1700 block of Main Street in reference to a shooting, APD said in a release.

Upon arrival to the area, APD said officers found a 19-year-old male victim suffering from a gunshot wound inside a parked car in an alleyway. The victim, APD said, was taken to a local hospital in Anderson for treatment and he is currently listed in serious but stable condition.

Neighbors shared these pictures of the scene.

Madison County Prosecutor Rodney Cummings, who we should note is running for Congress, said the shooting started with the victim trying to sell a gun to the suspect, a 23-year-old man named Aquille Miles.

Cummings said Miles tried to buy the gun with counterfeit money.

”Neither one would let go of the money or the gun because they had an idea that the money was counterfeit,” Cummings said. “The struggle ensued and the individual selling the gun was shot.”

While investigating, APD said officers learned Miles was seen running from the shooting scene to a nearby residence. Officers soon surrounded the home and got permission to come inside.

Miles, APD said, was found hiding inside the home by a police K9 and arrested.

Cummings said Miles was charged with robbery resulting in serious bodily injury.

Anderson PD said officers also recovered two firearms from the inside the home and that the investigation into the shooting is ongoing.