FOX 66 News at Ten
An $11,000 reward is being offered as police continue to search for a man who has fired on at least 22 vehicles along Michigan roadways.
Police are searching for the suspect in the shooting, which happened in a three-day period last week in Shiawasee, Livingston, Ingham and Oakland counties.
Investigators have used bullet fragments to link seven of the 22 shootings and believe there is just one suspect.
The gunman appears to be a man in his 30s, and authorities have released a drawing of the possible suspect.
No one has been injured so far, but there have been several close calls, with bullets missing drivers by just inches.
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Wednesday, October 24 2012, 08:56 AM EDT
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