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Lawton man says he was attacked while walking

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LAWTON, OK (KSWO) –A Lawton man said he was walking to a convenience store on Southwest Sheridan Road when he was cut by another man.

The injured man told police he was walking to Stripes at Southwest Sheridan Road and ‘E’ Avenue around 4 p.m. Wednesday when a Hispanic or Indian man walked up to him and ask for money. He refused and kept walking, which is when he felt a cold feeling on his right side.

He didn’t realize what had happened until he got into his car and found a hole in his shirt. He told police he never saw a weapon, but he’s certain a knife was used to cut him.

He went to the hospital where he received five stitches for the cut.

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