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Norman Man Dies After Being Shot During Home Invasion

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Police are on the lookout for three white male suspects involved in the incident. Police are on the lookout for three white male suspects involved in the incident.
Three male suspects then kicked in the front door of the home and shot a man, believed to be in his 20s, in the face. Three male suspects then kicked in the front door of the home and shot a man, believed to be in his 20s, in the face.
NORMAN, Oklahoma -

A man has died at the hospital after being shot in the face during a home invasion in Norman, Thursday night.

Police are on the lookout for three white male suspects involved in the incident.

Investigators say three vehicles pulled up to the home, located in the 800 block of N. Stewart Ave., a white sedan, a tan minivan and a tan SUV.

Three male suspects then kicked in the front door of the home and shot a man, believed to be in his 20s, in the face. A female in the home was not harmed.

The suspects stole the woman's wallet. It is not known at this time if they took anything else.

The male victim was transported to Norman Regional Hospital, where he later died.  Police have not released any further descriptions on the suspects or their vehicles, but police believe they may know the victim.

Police have not identified the victim at this time.

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