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1 critically injured in south-side attack

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A man is recovering from a gunshot wound this morning and police are still searching for the suspects.

The incident happened around 2 a.m. Friday in the 3800 block of East Felix Boulevard on Tucson's south side near South Alvernon Way and East Drexel Road, when two men entered the one story home through a bedroom window. 

According to police officials a fight broke out between the suspects and someone inside the home, a gun went off hitting a man in the shoulder.  There were four people inside the home before the suspects arrived; TPD is saying no one else was injured.  The victim has been taken to the hospital for treatment and is listed as critical.

The suspects were able to get away before the police arrived.  Officers are currently looking for the suspects, but they have little information on what the suspects look like. According to police officials the victims in the home did not know the suspects who broke in.

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