The suspect in the shooting at an indoor amusement park in a west suburban neighborhood was arrested early on Sunday.

At 3:05 a.m. on Saturday, police in Villa Park and Chicago detained a suspect in connection with a shooting at Villa Park’s Safariland.

Details regarding the charges, the suspect’s identity, or where the suspect was discovered were not immediately available.

In a Facebook post, Villa Park police reported that one person was shot by the suspect at Safari Land about 8 p.m. on Saturday.

701 W. North Ave. is the address of the Villa Park family entertainment center’s indoor facility.

According to authorities, the male victim who was shot three times did not sustain life-threatening injuries.

It was assumed to be a one-time occurrence.

After fleeing from police in Chicago, the guy was observed going into a residential neighborhood on Lincoln Avenue near Roy Drive before being apprehended, officials said.

Police advised the Chicago public to avoid the area and to phone 911 if they had any information.

A kind of similar shooting experience was seen in October in NYC in which the gunmen fled away from the scene after he had open fired on the crowd.