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Area shooting leaves one injured

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Amarillo, TX - Amarillo police are still investigating a local shooting after a man with a gunshot wound stumbled into a convenience store for help.

Police say it happened around 8:00 Tuesday night, when the 32 year old victim told store employees he had been shot.

It was at the Toot-N-Totum at 301 Ross St where the victim was found and transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. 

Police discovered that he had driven to the store after initially being shot at a home in the 1300 block of SE 5th.

Officers say they recovered the firearm used, a small caliber handgun.

The shooting appears to be related to a previous relationship involving a female and the man who was shot but the incident remains under investigation.

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