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Fallon Police Search for Shooting Suspect

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Fallon Police are searching for a man suspected of shooting a woman in the arm Friday afternoon. 

Officers responded to the Overland Hotel on E. Center Street around 2 p.m. Friday.  When they arrived they found a woman, identified as 30-year-old Holly Wilcox, with a gunshot wound to the arm.

She was taken to a hospital by ambulance.

Police have identified Justin James Lovett as the suspect in the shooting.

He's a white man, 32 years old and 6'4" tall weighing 200 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.

Police consider Lovett armed and dangerous. If you know where he may be or have information that can help investigators, call the Fallon Police Department at (775) 423-2111.

Written by Michael Wolfe

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