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A Melbourne teenager battling for life after the shooting at a Melbou포커rne car park has been left bleeding from her head and head injuries.

The teenager was shot as she sat on a bench outside the car park at 7.40pm on Monday, July 9, near the corner of St Peter’s Square and Sydney Street, police said.

A witness told the Sunday Star-Times that the teenager was being held up against the car park wall at the time by people waiting to visit her with their children.

Detective Sergeant Dave Jones, of Melbourne’s homicide unit, said the 15-year-old boy who lived on Sydney Street, north of Parliament Street, had been arrested later that evening.

The boy’s age was unknown.

Police said the teen’s injuries included a number of gunshot wounds to her back and abdomen, and that her condition was described as critical.

She had been attending the university event on a work placement scheme, Mr Jones said.

One witness told the newspaper they saw a young person standing in the car park with a female who was bleeding from the head, as well as several women carrying children.

One of the women appeared to have her arm around the victim while another was with a child in the car park who had slumped in the car seat.

Mr Jones said he could not speculate on what other possible motives might have driven the pair to target the teenager.

He said the two women may have been acting as escorts for the victim’s father, who was in town to visit.

Mr Jones described his investigation as very preliminary and no further details were available at the moment.

Police have launched a murder inquiry and have been looking for an Australian man they believe may have knowledge of the shooting at the car park