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Kinston police investigating Friday home invasion

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KINSTON, N.C. - Police say they're investigating a home invasion.

It happened Friday at a home on Snow Hill Road.

The victim told officers a black male entered his home, armed with a handgun and told him to "give it up" before he shot him several times in the lower stomach and thigh.

The suspect is described as about 25 years old, dark skin, braided hair down his neck, 5'10" and 180 lbs.

The victim drove himself to Lenoir Memorial Hospital and was later transferred to Vidant Medical by air ambulance.

If you have any information about the incident, call (252) 939-3160 or the TIPS Line at (252) 939-4020.
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