North Charleston police are searching for a gunman who fired several rounds at a man’s vehicle while speeding down Northwoods Boulevard.
The shooting was reported around 2:15 a.m., according to police spokesman Spencer Pryor.
A man told police that he was on Ashley Phosphate Road headed to a Motel 6 when he heard a popping sound. According to police, the sound turned out to be gunfire.
The man made a U-turn and noticed a sport utility vehicle tailing his Nissan, Pryor said. He turned onto Northwoods Boulevard and the SUV followed.
Then, Pryor said, the man heard more shots fired.
The man’s Nissan was struck three times in the incident, but he was not wounded, Pryor said.
A suspect has not been identified in the incident.
A second shooting was reported around 2 a.m. at Blue Magic club on Ashley Phosphate Road. Pryor said police do not believe the shootings are related.
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