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Domestic dispute ends in shooting

Domestic dispute ends in shooting

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Amarillo, TX - An apparent domestic dispute in Amarillo leaves a woman with gunshot wounds, and a suspect on the run from police.

Around 8 o'clock Monday evening, a woman tried to leave a home near 5th and Florida Street, when a man she was arguing with followed her to her car and fired multiple shots. 

The woman drove a short distance before calling police. She was transported to the hospital with wounds to her hand and stomach.

Police shut down streets in an effort to keep the suspect from leaving the area.

At this time, no arrest has been made

If you have any information on this crime contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 806-374-4400.
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