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3 masked men shoot a man in his camper in Pink Hill

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PINK HILL, N.C. - Just before 3:00 Wednesday morning, Pink Hill police received a call about a home invasion on Pineview Avenue.

They arrived at the address to find a man shot in his camper. He's since been air lifted to Vidant Medical Center for treatment.

Chief Joey Thigpen tells 9 On Your Side 3 men broke into the camper armed with 2 handguns and a rifle. They drove away from the crime in a small 4-door car headed towards Duplin County on highway 241.

If you have any information that can help police find these men, call Pink Hill Police at (252) 568-4102.
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