Rochester parking lot scuffle leads to car riddled with bullets
Rochester, N.Y. (WHAM) - Police are searching for the person who opened fire on a man's vehicle following an argument in a Tops parking lot.
Rochester police responded to the plaza at the intersection of North Clinton Avenue and Upper Falls Boulevard around 9 p.m. Sunday.
Officers found the victim's vehicle with multiple bullet holes in it.
Police believe the 57-year-old victim, a Rochester resident, and the suspect got into an argument over the traffic congestion in the parking lot.
Officers said the suspect followed the victim onto Upper Falls Blvd., and fired a handgun at the victim.
The vehicle was hit, but no one inside was hurt.
Police have not yet made an arrest.