Roseville police search for suspect in road rage shooting of pregnant woman

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(WWJ) Roseville Police are trying to track down a woman wanted in connection to the shooting of a pregnant woman.

Police say the victim was riding in a blue 2006 Jeep Liberty that accidentally cut off the suspect’s car on Gratiot near Masonic around 10 p.m. Tuesday night.

The woman driving the vehicle that was cut off pointed a black or silver handgun at the Jeep Liberty and fired two shots, according to police. The victim was struck in the leg.

Investigators told WWJ the suspect fled north on Gratiot.

The suspect’s vehicle is described as a “4 door older model vehicle with tinted windows, black trim, and either black lines or black design on the trunk.” She is described as a black female, between 18 and 25 years old with a slim build and a dark ponytail.

The victim and her unborn child are in stable condition and are expected to recover.

The Roseville Police Department is unable to determine if the shooting occurred in Clinton Township (somewhere on Gratiot north of 14 mile) or within the City of Roseville. The victim and the driver of the Jeep Liberty were unable to provide the make and model of the suspect’s vehicle, or a more detailed description of her.

If you witnessed the incident or have any other information pertaining to it, you are asked to call Detective Sidaway at 586-447-4507.