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PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia police SWAT officer was treated and released at a local hospital after police say he was shot in his bulletproof vest in North Philadelphia while serving a warrant.
The incident occurred Friday afternoon on the 100 block of West Lehigh Avenue. 

Police tell FOX 29 the officer was serving a drug warrant inside a three-story building. As the SWAT team was approaching the third floor unit they say a suspect fired at least two shots through the wall.

The lead SWAT officer was struck once in the chest, and the round struck his bulletproof vest.

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