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Brunswick aggravated assault suspect remains at large

BRUNSWICK, GA (WTOC) -

Brunswick police are searching for a suspect who's wanted on aggravated assault charges.

Police responded at about 12 a.m. Thursday to the 1000 block of Gordon Street on a report of an aggravated assault.

A man in is 30s was standing in the 1000 block of Gordon Street and talking to a few women. He left the car he was in running. When he finished talking with them and got back into his car, a black male wearing a mask over his face got into the victim's vehicle from the front passenger side door, according to police.

The victim said the suspect tried to hit him on the head with some object and he tried defending himself by wrestling with suspect. As he struggled with him, he heard a pop noise and immediately felt a burning sensation in his abdominal area, according to police. The victim got out of the car and ran for help.

The suspect drove off in the victim's silver 2005 Toyota Solera. A lookout was posted for the suspect two-door car that has green lettering on the rear windshield. The victim was transported to the Southeast Georgia Health System (Brunswick Campus) for medical treatment. He is in stable condition.

Anyone with information about the case can contact Det. Angela Smith at 912.267.5091 or 912.267.5099 or Silent Witness.

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