Update: Police Searching for Suspects in Woodhill Dr. Shooting

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Updated: 1/17 5:25 pm
Lexington Police say they're getting conflicting reports from witnesses on who the suspects may be in a Friday morning shooting.

Police were called to the Ashford Place Apartments on Woodhill Drive around 9:30am.

They say when first responders arrived on the scene they found a man in his mid-20's shot in the back, laying in the apartment complex parking lot.

Police say he was rushed to UK Hospital. They say the man was in surgery all morning, and remains in critical condition.

Investigators at the scene talked to multiple people in the area. They say one witness described the suspects as two African-American men. Another suspect said one was a Caucasian woman and the other was an African-American man.

If you have any information on this case call Lexington Police.
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