The suspected driver in a road rage incident that resulted in a shooting has been located, the Minnesota State Patrol said Thursday evening.
According to the State Patrol, officials have interviewed the driver and searched his vehicle. No gun was recovered and no arrests have been made.
No names have been released, and the incident is still under investigation.
Read the original story from Thursday morning below.
A driver shot out the back window of another car during a road rage incident in the Twin Cities metro Thursday morning.
The Minnesota State Patrol says the shooting happened at 8:30 a.m. on westbound Interstate 694 near Hwy. 120 in White Bear Lake.
The driver of a white 2006 Cadillac Escalade is believed to have pulled a gun as they exited at White Bear Avenue, and fired a shot at the victim's vehicle, shattering their rear window.
Fortunately, nobody in the car was hit or injured.
Police are now asking for the public's help. Anyone who was seen the Cadillac with license plate 275 KLG should call 911 immediately.
The public is urged not to approach the suspect, who is considered potentially armed and dangerous.