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Altus Police Investigating Shooting Incident

ALTUS Okla_ Altus police are investigating a shooting incident reported just after midnight Friday morning.

It happened in the 1000 block of Hickory St. The victim told police that he and other family members were outside when three black males began shooting in their direction. He said the men had approached the area and were standing in the street several houses away from where the victim lives. Someone fired several shots in their direction. One of them struck the residence. After the shooting, the suspects ran from the area.

No injuries were reported, but one bullet traveled into a bedroom where children were sleeping at the time. No one could provide any further description of the suspected shooters.

Altus police said they will continue to investigate.

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