HYANNIS (CBS) – Massachusetts State Police Trooper John Lennon returned home on Monday as he recovers from injuries suffered when he was shot in the hand during a traffic stop in Hyannis.

Lennon was shot Friday around 11:30 p.m. during a traffic stop on Camp Street. The bullet went through Lennon’s hand, and was stopped by the trooper’s protective vest.

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Trooper Lennon graduated from State Police Academy in May.

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State Police escort Trooper John Lennon after he was released from hospital (WBZ-TV)

The suspects involved fled the scene after the shooting and have not yet been arrested. There was an extensive search for two people over the weekend in Hyannis.

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State Police have not released the names of any suspects involved.

Police salute Trooper John Lennon after he was released from hospital (WBZ-TV)