WOODBRIDGE, Conn. (WTNH) -- Police are looking for a 20-year-old man in connection with an early morning shooting of a woman in Woodbridge.
The investigation is centered on an area of Morris Road.
According to authorities on the scene, four people were arguing in a car that had pulled off the side of the road. At some point, around 1:25 a.m. two women were ordered out of the car.
A man then opened fire. One of the women was hit by bullets.
The man and women fled and remain on the loose.
Police are looking for Patrick E. Young, 20, whose last known address was in Hartford, and a woman accomplice.
"We would say he is armed and dangerous," said Sgt Frank Cappiello, Woodbridge Police Department.
Young also has ties to New Haven, police said. He may be driving a four door navy blue Honda.
The women who escaped walked in the dark to the intersection with Route 69, and got help.
"They were fourtunate that a good Samaritian coming by did stop render aid and get them the medical assistance," Sgt Cappiello said.
The state police Major Crime Unit is assisting Woodbridge in its investigation.
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