UPDATE (WKOW) -- Police reported the person dropped off at a Madison clinic with a gunshot wound later died from his injuries.
The Madison Police Department reported the person dropped off was a 29-year-old man. Madison police initially called the incident a homicide, but then later removed that wording from their incident report.
Officials said life-saving efforts were made and EMS took him to a local hospital where he died.
Detectives and officers from the MPD's Violent Crimes Unit believe the incident happened in the city of Sun Prairie. Sun Prairie police said in a press release that they did not know where in the city the shooting occurred.
The Madison Police Department will assist the Sun Prairie Police Department in this active and on-going investigation.
If anyone has information on this incident, please contact Madison Area Crime Stoppers at (608) 266-6014, or, on the web at P3Tips.com.
Sun Prairie police asked that any information be directed to their nonemergency line at (608) 837-7336, or anonymously at (608) 837-6300.
MADISON (WKOW) -- The Madison Police Department is investigating an after a person with a gunshot wound was dropped off at UW Health Union Corners Clinic Tuesday.
The clinic is located on the 2400 block of Winnebago Street, a police spokesperson said.
The gunshot wound was life-threatening, the spokesperson said. The man was subjected to life-saving efforts.
According to authorities, the clinic did not have all the necessary equipment and the person was taken to the hospital.
The incident is under investigation, and 27 News will update this story when we have more information.