Update: Police Say Home Invasion Victim OK After Being Shot

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Updated: 10/22/2013 5:08 pm
Versailles police say the victim from an early morning home invasion and shooting is out of surgery and OK.

They say they're waiting to interview the victim to find out more about what happened.

Police say they originally received a 911 call from the victim around 5:30 Tuesday morning.

They say the victim told them the suspect broke into his apartment on Dale Avenue through his back door and then shot him in the abdomen.

Police say the shooter is still at large.

No description of the suspect has been given yet, since the victim was the only witness.

Neighbors say the did not see or hear anything until police arrived on the scene.

If you have any information on this case, contact Versailles Police at (859) 873-3126
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