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Man shot during robbery at Phenix City home expected to survive

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PHENIX CITY, AL (WTVM) -

Police confirm that a man was shot in the head at around 1:30 a.m. in Phenix City on Nov. 8 during a robbery assault in his home on 4th St. South.

The suspect approached his house and shot the resident when he answered the door.

He was taken to the Columbus Regional Medical Center and is expected to survive. His condition is unknown at the time.

A guest in the house was also assaulted and robbed. He was attacked with the weapon, believed to be a semi-automatic pistol. He was not transported to the hospital.

The gun has not been recovered.

The victims believe there are two suspects, but they only saw one. The suspect is described as a tall male between 5'10 and 6' feet tall of medium weight. He was wearing a ski mask.

Police say the incident is under investigation. No suspect names have been released at this time.

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