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Bat Botches Burglary

An attempted burglary in Wichita Falls ended with the burglar in the hospital.

Wichita Falls Police Sergeant William M. Henning told Newschannel 6 a man kicked in the door of an apartment in the 5200 block of Professional Drive after 3:45 a.m. Saturday.

Residents inside the apartment, however, reportedly fought back.

Police told our crew on the scene a man used a baseball bat to hit the burglar over the head.

We're told the burglar will face charges. At last report, he was sent to the hospital.

Newschannel 6 has calls into the Wichita Falls Police Department to learn more information about the attempted burglary and the updated medical condition of the burglar.

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