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Teen shot in Cordele, suspect on the loose

September 15, 2007

Cordele -- An early Friday morning shooting in Cordele leaves a teenager seriously wounded, and police need your help as they search for the gunman.

Police say just before 2 AM Friday someone shot 17-year-old Andrew Lee Fields in the neck at close range.

The shooting occurred at The Clubb off 11th Street in Cordele. Fields was transported to Macon Medical Center where he is listed in serious condition.

Police say the gunman got away in a gray or beige colored Chevrolet Monte Carlo with a Florida license plates. If you have any information, you are asked to contact the Cordele Police Department. ]

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