PARKER COUNTY (CBSDFW.COM) – A Parker County sheriff’s deputy was injured after he was shot while approaching an illegal deer blind Monday. The deputy is expected to be okay.

Two deputies were working to issue a trespass warning near Cattlebaron Road and White Settlement Road after a homeowner reported someone had set up a deer blind on his property.

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When they responding deputies arrived, they approached the deer blind when someone in a tree shot at them. Authorities say one of the deputies was shot in the foot.

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Authorities are still searching for the suspected shooter. They say the suspect was dressed in all black and was wearing a hoodie.

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Authorities tell CBS 11 the injured deputy is 27 years old and has been with the department for two years.