A Windsor man is recovering after a bullet grazed his neck while inside a motor vehicle late Wednesday night.
Officers were called to a “report of a serious assault with a firearm” in the area of 164 Burnham St. around 11:30 p.m.
Police said 23-year-old man, whose name was not released, “suffered a non-life threatening graze to the left side of his neck,” police said.
According to police, he was sitting in a Honda Acura with two other people when two men on foot walked passed them. One of the men shot at them several times and then took off.
The victim was rushed to Saint Francis Hospital where he was treated and released.
Before the shooting, police said noticed a Chrysler 300 drive past the Acura several times.
Police located seven bullet holes along the driver side of the Acura.
The shooting is under investigation by the Hartford Police Shooting Taskforce. Police said they are looking for a “Newer Chrysler 300 with dark tints,” possibly a rental vehicle in connection with the shooting.
The shooting took place about four minutes away from a shooting on Cherry Street. Police said there is no connection between the two shootings.
Anyone with any information is asked to call the Hartford Police Department at 860-757-4000 or by clicking here.
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