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El Paso Police: Man in clown mask shoots victim in lower valley robbery attempt

UPDATE: A man dressed in a clown mask shot the victim in the abdomen, according to court documents obtained by ABC-7.

Investigators say Dorian Carlos Reveles had been inside the Talecris Plasma Resources Center before the shooting. Revels was unable to donate plasma, according to the documents.

Investigators say Reveles can be seen in surveillance footage approaching the victim's car wearing a clown mask. After the struggle with the driver, investigators say Reveles ran off, hid on the side of a vehicle, removed the clown mask, and placed it underneath the vehicle before running away.

EL PASO, Texas -- A 20-year-old man was arrested Wednesday for shooting a 38-year-old man Tuesday in the lower valley, according to El Paso Police.

The US Marshals Lone Star Fugitive Task Force arrested Dorian Carlos Reveles. According to police, while wearing a clown mask, Reveles approached an unidentified man who was sitting in his vehicle and shot the victim after a robbery attempt escalated into a struggle for the gun.

The victim was taken to the hospital, where he underwent surgery and is listed in critical condition.

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