Police: mask-wearing gunman kicks in door, shoots man in north L

Police: mask-wearing gunman kicks in door, shoots man in north Lubbock

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Lubbock Police are looking for the gunman responsible for a shooting that left a man in critical condition Friday night.

Investigators say they were called to a home for a report of shots fired on Amherst Street, just west of University Avenue. This is north of Texas Tech.

Officers found Vincent Rosales, 38, with a shot to the abdomen. An ambulance took him to the hospital. At last check he's still in critical condition.

Police say a man wearing a ski mask and a red shirt kicked in the front door of the home and started shooting. If you know who is responsible call CrimeLine at 806.741.1000 or click here to submit a tip. You can remain anonymous. 

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