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Lancaster Man Killed In Bow-And-Arrow Attack

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A Lancaster man was killed early Saturday morning in a bow-and-arrow attack that is being treated as a homicide by authorities.

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a call at 3:30 a.m. on the 43000 block of 27th Street West where they found the victim with an arrow wound in his upper torso. The victim died a few hours later at the hospital, according to CBS 2.

One person has been taken into custody as a suspect in the case by authorities. The relationship between the victim and suspect is not clear as of this reporting.