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Dallas shooting suspect possibly in Wood Co.

Curtis Steward. Photo Source: Dallas Police Department. Curtis Steward. Photo Source: Dallas Police Department.

Authorities are searching for a suspect in a shooting on November 11, believed to be in Wood County.

Around 5:45 p.m. on November 11, 34-year-old Curtis Steward was involved in a shooting where the victim was shot one time in the face. A warrant has been issued for Steward. He is a black male, 5'4" and weighs 125 pounds.

Steward is possibly driving a 1998 White 4-door Jaguar with Oklahoma license plate 510FFV.

Anyone with information regarding this suspect or the Jaguar is asked to please call the Dallas Police Department Crimes Against Persons Division at 214-671-3584, Detective Chris Anderson at 214-671-3616, or Crime Stoppers.

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