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Removing headlight assembly on a 2002 Toyota RAV4

How do you remove the headlight assembly on a 2002 Toyota RAV4? The top 2 screws are obvious. It appears that it is also attached in at least one other location on the lower half of the assembly but I cannot tell where nor do I see a screw or tab.

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