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Police Investigate Possible Home Invasion In OKC

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Police are investigating a possible home invasion in northeast Oklahoma City Tuesday morning. Police are investigating a possible home invasion in northeast Oklahoma City Tuesday morning.
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Police are trying to find out what happened in a northeast Oklahoma City house early Tuesday morning that left bullet holes in the walls and put one person in the hospital.

Police say around 1:50 a.m., there may have been a home invasion in the 1700 block of Wickcliff Street near N.E. 16th Street and Martin Luther King. Police say it appears several shots were fired and multiple guns were used, but no suspects or gunshot victims were found.

Police say one person in the house was cut after jumping out of a window. That person is in the hospital in stable condition.

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