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Man shot in leg, police looking for shooter

LAWTON, Okla._ Police are looking for the gunman who shot and wounded a man in a south Lawton neighborhood Friday night.

Police were called to SW Ranch Oak Blvd. near Chisolm Trail around 7:30 p.m., where a man had been shot in the leg in an apparent robbery.

The suspect, identified only as a black man, was seen driving away in a Jaguar. Police say he drove to another house north of Cache Road where he switched out the getaway car with a black and white motorcycle that he may be driving now.

He is believed to be armed with a gun. According to dispatch reports, the suspect is related to the victim.

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