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Victims identified in deadly Lumberton night club shooting

The incident happened after a fight broke out, shortly after 2 a.m. Saturday. The incident happened after a fight broke out, shortly after 2 a.m. Saturday.
BLADEN COUNTY, NC (WECT) -

Police have released the identity of the victims of an early morning shooting at the Kalypzo Club in Lumberton, which left one man dead and another man hospitalized.

Captain Terry Parker of the Lumberton Police Department said Samuel Lewis, 29 of Elizabethtown, was shot in the stomach. He later died at Southeastern Health in Lumberton, according to Parker.

Dexter Brooks Jr., 25 of Bladenboro, was shot in the lower body. According to Parker, his injuries are non-life threatening.

Parker said the incident happened after a fight broke out, shortly after 2 a.m. Saturday just outside of the club located in the 3500 block of Lackey Street.

When police arrived, almost the entire crowd had scattered, Parker said. No arrests have been made and police are still looking for the suspect(s).

Anyone with information about the shooting or the people involved are asked to call Det. Dereck Evans with the Lumberton Police Dept. at (910) 671-3845(910) 671-3845.

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