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Covington authorities investigate Mt. Olive shooting

MOUNT OLIVE, MS (WDAM) -

The Covington County Sheriff's Department is looking for several suspects in connection with a shooting in Mt. Olive Thursday night. 

Sheriff Stann Smith said four men are being sought in the wounding of Bobby Gatlin, 46. 

Smith said Gatlin was shot in the arm and the abdomen while riding his bicycle on Leonard Road around 8 o'clock. 

Gatlin told authorities a man in a white sports car shot him after pulling alongside and asking for his name. 

Gatlin is in a Hattiesburg hospital in serious condition. 

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