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HEADLAND, AL (WSFA) -
Henry County deputies are searching for two men who they say shot a person while robbing them. The incident happened Monday in the 500 block of Terrance Drive in Headland.
The victim, shot in the leg, was transported to Southeast Alabama Medical Center for treatment.
Suspects Brandon Lamar Beacham and Samuel Oshawn Walker are wanted on a first degree robbery warrant. Authorities say they should be considered armed and dangerous.
Beacham is 28 years old, 6'00", 150 lbs, brown eyes and black hair with a last known address of 500 Terrace Drive in Headland.
Samuel Oshawn Walker is 26 years old, 5'11", 230 lbs, brown eyes and black hair with his last known address of Canterbury Farm Road in Midland City.
Any information of the location of these individuals, please contact the Headland Police Department at 334-693-2222 or Crime Stoppers at 334-793-7000.