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Update: Aiken Co. Sheriff's Office investigating Warrenvillle shooting

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AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

The Aiken County Sheriff's Office responded to a shooting on Piney Heights Road around 3:00am on November 30th.

When deputies arrived on scene they located the caller who was suffering from an apparent gunshot wound to her left hip. Investigators say witnesses told police the suspect approached the vehicle that they were in when struck one of the passengers with a hangun on the arm and leg several times.

The victim was transported to the hospital. She is believed to have non-life threatening injuries and is in stable condition. 

Witnesses told the Sheriff's Office the suspect fled the area in a black 4-door vehicle. The suspect is described as a white male wearing a black beanie cap and a black hoodie. 

Investigators say this incident is possibly drug related. 

If anyone has any information please contact the Aiken County Sheriff's Office.803-648-6811.


The Aiken County Sheriff's Office is looking for a suspect in a shooting that happened on Piney Heights Road. 

Dispatch says the call came in at 3:07 a.m. 

Officials on scene confirmed that one person was shot and transported to the hospital with non- life threatening injuries. 

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