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Late Night Shooting In The Falls

A late night shooting left a man shot in the backside.

It happened last night around 10:40 p.m. in the Fountaingate Apartment's parking lot.

Wichita Falls Police said the victim went to the complex to get some things when he was shot. The victim told police someone he considers a good friend pulled up in a red Cadillac and opened fire. Police said the type of gun is not known, and the suspect's name is not being released.

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