Woman injured in Corona car-to-car shooting
CORONA, Calif., — Authorities who say a woman was injured during a car-to-car shooting in Corona Monday evening, July 19, are now searching for the suspect or suspects responsible for the reportedly unprovoked incident, which happened in the 1200 block of Border Avenue, near Via Santiago.
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City of Corona police and fire personnel were dispatched to the scene around 10:13 p.m. after receiving reports of a car-to-car shooting with a woman struck by gunfire.
“When officers arrived, they located an adult female, conscious and breathing, suffering from a gunshot wound,” Corona PD has since explained; saying the victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.
Authorities today are continuing to search for a vehicle that was used in a car-to-car shooting in corona late Monday night. Corona PD photos
Although it was not known what may have led to the shooting, the suspect vehicle involved in the incident was captured by a nearby surveillance camera and can be seen in the attached photos above.
The pickup truck has been described as a white, four-door Chevrolet Silverado Heavy Duty, with paint matching mirrors and grille, along with black rims/hubcaps and dark tinted windows.
“It is unknown if there is one, or multiple suspects as there is currently no description or motive of the suspect available at this time,” said officials.
The department’s investigation is ongoing and no further information or details have been released.
The Corona Police Department has asked that anyone with additional information about this investigation to contact Detective Jesse Marquez at (951) 817-5768 or by email. Callers can refer to incident file number 21-40077 and can remain anonymous.
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