Shots fired during road rage incident in suburban Cook County
PARK RIDGE, Ill. - Shots were fired Tuesday afternoon during a road rage incident in suburban Park Ridge.
Around 3:47 p.m., Park Ridge police responded to the intersection of Cumberland and Talcott for a report of shots fired.
When officers arrived at the scene, a victim told them he was involved in a road rage incident with a silver colored sedan.
While stopped at a red light at the intersection, the victim told police the driver of the sedan displayed a handgun and pointed it at him before firing multiple shots.
The gunman then fled the scene.
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The victim was not struck, but his vehicle sustained multiple bullet holes and glass damage, police said.
The gunman was described as a Black man with a thin build and dreadlocks hairstyle. He was wearing a tan colored hooded sweatshirt.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the Park Ridge Police Department at 847-318-5256.