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Man shot under his carport

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TUSCALOOSA - AL -

    Tuscaloosa Investigators are trying to find out who shot Derrick Graham outside his home early Sunday morning.

    Graham remains in the hospital.

    His girlfriend tells ABC 33/40 that he had just stepped outside to smoke a cigarette.   Graham tells police a bullet out of no where struck the back of his leg.   He ran into the house and his girlfriend called 911.

    Homicide Investigators say "We don't have a motive and he has not been able to provide us one," says Lt. Kip Hart.

    Graham tells investigators he doesn't know why anyone would want to shoot him.

     He listed in fair condition.

     Graham's mother, Gloria Graham told ABC 33/40 by phone that her son may have to have surgery because it appears the bullet may have shattered one of his bones.

     If you have any information, you're asked to call the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office.

    

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