North Shore argument leads to baseball bat going through window

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KAMLOOPS - A North Shore man is recovering from minor injuries after someone broke through a window in his house with a baseball bat last night.

Cpl. Jodi Shelkie says two men were arguing around 11:40 p.m., July 21.

"One male broke the basement window of the residence of the other male with a baseball bat," Shelkie says.

The man with the bat left the scene before police arrived, and the man on scene has not been cooperating with police.

It's not known if the pair was known to each other, and there is no suspect description.

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