SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The employee at a North Side market is facing no charges for shooting an alleged robber who entered the market Friday evening, according to police. A man armed with a handgun entered the Alibaba Market at 419 Wolf St., around 7:45 p.m. and tried to rob the store, said police spokesman Sgt. Richard Helterline. The employee shot the suspect, who fled on foot, police said. Soon afterward, police found a man on the 600 block of Lemoyne Avenue with gunshot wounds. That’s about a tenth of a mile away from the store. The alleged, would-be robber was rushed to the hospital and into surgery for his injuries. He was in critical condition but is now in stable condition, according to police. Police said it doesn’t look like the store employee will be charged, though the investigation is ongoing. The alleged robber’s name will be released when he is discharged from the hospital and is charged, police said. Police are asking anyone with information about the attempted robbery to call the Criminal Investigations Division at (315)442-5222 or use the department’s “SPD Tips” app.