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Man grazed in head by bullet in Lawton

LAWTON, Okla._ Police are investigating after a man was shot in the head. Officers were called to a home near the corner of Pollard Avenue and Northwest 34th Street just after 11 Wednesday night. That's where they found the victim. Fortunately the bullet had only grazed his head.

They also found a bullet hole in the ceiling. The suspect was gone before police arrived, but they believe the victim does know the person. The suspect is believed to drive an older model white 4-door Pontiac Grand AM.

The victim has been treated and released from a hospital for his injury and is expected to be okay.

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