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Guard Shot After Denying Entry to Clubgoers



    Guard Shot After Denying Entry to Clubgoers

    Dallas police are searching for two men after a security guard was shot outside of a club early Friday morning after refusing entry to some clubgoers.

    According to a Dallas police report, two men were turned away as they tried to enter the 4 Club on the 2400-block of W. Northwest Highway at about 4 a.m.  The two men became upset and argued with the guard before leaving, police said.

    The men then got into a black Cadillac Escalade, with dark tint and 26-inch rims, according to police, when one of the men pulled out a gun and began firing at the security guard.

    The guard was struck at least once, but was able to call 911.  He was transported to Parkland Memorial Hospital in an unknown condition.

    Officials said the men drove off northbound on Harry Hines Boulevard, but after that their whereabouts are unknown.

    Police said both men were described as Hispanic and in their mid 20s. The gunman is about 6 feet tall and weighs approximately 230 pounds. He was wearing a blue and white shirt with blue jeans and boots.

    No arrests have been made.