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Authorities search for suspects in aggravated burglary

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WARREN, Ohio - Police in Warren are searching for three suspects linked to an aggravated burglary.

Authorities were called to the home on 1505 Adelaide SE just after 1 AM Saturday in reference to a possible shooting. Officers arrived and found one man had suffered a gun shot wound to his lower leg, and a dog that had been shot in the head. 

According to the police report, three unknown black males kicked in a back door and entered the home. One of the males reportedly fired a shot and missed upon entering the home. The suspects asked where the homeowner was, who wasn't present at the time.

One of the suspects went to the downstairs area and shot a man in the leg, and a Boxer dog in the head. The victim returned fire on the suspect causing all three to flee the residence. 

Officers discovered a bloody shoe in the back yard, which the victims identified as belonging to the suspect who had been shot. 

The victim that suffered a gun shot wound was taken to St. Joe's Hospital. The injured dog was found still alive in it's cage. 
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