By Cecilio Padilla

MODESTO (CBS13) — The suspect shot by officers inside the Modesto Walgreens has been identified.

Officers opened fire at the suspect at the end of a frantic chase late Wednesday afternoon. Police say the chase started when officers tried to pull over an SUV, but the driver kept on going.

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Eventually, the driver pulled into the Walgreens parking lot off of McHenry Avenue. A passenger that was in the SUV then got out and went into the store.

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Modesto police say this handgun was recovered from the scene of an officer-involved shooting at the Walgreens on McHenry Ave.

Police say that passenger had a handgun. At some point when officers went to get the suspect inside the store, an officer-involved shooting occurred. The suspect was left with non-life-threatening injuries; no officers were hurt.

On Thursday, the suspect was identified by Modesto police as 30-year-old Daniel Ahlschlager. He was booked into jail after being treated at the hospital and is now facing a slew of charges, including: ex-felon with a firearm, carrying a loaded firearm in a public place, carrying a loaded concealed weapon, possession of a controlled substance while possessing a firearm, possession of ammunition by a prohibited person, first-degree burglary, and assault on a peace officer.

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Police say the person who was driving Ahlschlager has not been charged with any crimes.