Woman driving on I-75 when her car was shot by gunfire
Sharonville police officers are looking for a vehicle that was involved in a reported shooting Monday afternoon on southbound Interstate 75.
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SHARONVILLE, Ohio -- Sharonville police officers are looking for a vehicle that was involved in a reported shooting Monday afternoon on southbound Interstate 75.
A Sharonville lieutenant said a woman reported being shot at while driving on the highway at about 4 p.m. She told officers a man was driving a newer-model black Nissan Altima and that a passenger fired a shot that hit her car.
The woman was unharmed in the shooting and immediately drove to the police department.
She told police she did not know the shooter. She said there were four people in the Nissan at the time but was unsure why they would fire a shot at her.
Police said the Nissan sedan has a West Virginia tag and the suspects are believed to be between 20-30 years old.
The car was last seen heading south on I-75 at Sharon Road.
Anyone with information on the incident or the whereabouts of the car is asked to call Sharonville police at (513) 563-1147 or Crime Stoppers at (513) 352-3040.