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Man clings to life after being shot

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59-year-old Charles Foreman Sr. is fighting for his life after being shot in his home last night. ASP Alejandro Cowo spoke about the incident at this morning’s press brief.

ASP Alejandro Cowo – Head of CIB, Belize City

“Last night Police responded to a shooting incident Wednesday the 3rd of January at about minutes before 9 o’ clock where they visited the Karl Huesner Memorial Hospital and they observed one Mr. Charles Foreman a fifty-nine-year-old male person with an apparent gunshot wound to the right cheek and exited to the left side of his neck. He is listed at this member in a critical condition at the Karl Huesner Memorial Hospital; so far police has gathered that on that night he was inside of his living room when he heard several gunshots being fired; then realized he was being shot. He was in the company of other family members who escaped unhurt and as a result Police canvas the area, a male person was chased but he was able to elude the Police persecution.”

Police say that Charles Foreman was not the intended target. Foreman is at the hospital in a critical condition.

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