Police are looking for a car similar to the vehicle pictured above.
BANGOR TOWNSHIP, MI (WNEM) -
Michigan State Police are looking for a vehicle involved in a Bay City shooting overnight.
Troopers from the Tri-City post told TV5 the shooting happened around 12:16 a.m. on Euclid Ave near Kiesel Road in Bangor Township. Several shots were fired into a car that was driving southbound on Euclid.
Troopers said the 20-year-old Bay City man driving the car stopped in front of a Kroger store and he and his 18-year-old passenger ran for safety. Authorities said there were minor injuries due to the shooting, but did not specify what types.
The vehicle involved in the shooting is described as a late model silver-colored Dodge Charger with tinted front and rear windows.
Troopers are asking that anyone with information call them at 989-495-5555.
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