Police investigating shooting from a fight between 2 men at apartment complex

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The Meadows on Lea Hill apartment complex was the scene of a shooting Friday night. COURTESY PHOTO, Auburn Police

The Meadows on Lea Hill apartment complex was the scene of a shooting Friday night. COURTESY PHOTO, Auburn Police

Auburn Police are investigating a shooting between two men at the Meadows on Lea Hill apartment homes Friday night.

When police responded a report at about 7 p.m. of a shooting, they learned that two men were fighting inside the complex, 12505 SE 312th St. The confrontation escalated and shots were fired, police said.

Officers were able to locate one man outside of the building near the pool area. The man, who had been shot in the leg, was in possession of a firearm, police said.

Unconfirmed information suggested that the other man had been shot in the chest and fled the scene in a dark SUV, police said. Officers have been unable to locate him.

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