NORTHGLENN, Colo. — Northglenn Police Department (NPD) on Wednesday night responded to hit-and-run on Interstate 25 and 104th avenue.
According to NPD, a woman stated she was involved in a traffic accident. A white BMW crashed into her car then fired shots at her and fled the scene, said NPD.
Once on scene police said they encountered a woman with a gunshot wound to her shoulder. The woman was transported to the hospital.
Officers were looking for a white, two-door, BMW M series, with front corner panel damage to the passenger side. It was later located abandoned in the Thornton area and seized for potential evidence, NPD said. No arrests have been made.
Anyone with information regarding this vehicle or incident is asked to please contact Detective Jean Mahan at 303-450-8868 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This incident is currently under investigation by the Northglenn Police Department.
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