INDIANAPOLIS - Authorities were investigating after drivers told police that two cars were shooting at each other on Interstate 465 on Monday evening.
A motorist told Indiana State Police that a white car and a green car were involved in the incident near the 11 mile marker on I-465 around 9 p.m.
The cars continued northbound until police pulled the white car over near the 33.8 mile marker.
Officers found bullet holes in the side of the vehicle, an ISP spokesman said.
Police were still searching for the driver of the green car.
Few other details were released.
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