Road rage shooter sought by Beaverton police

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Authorities are looking for a road rage shooting suspect who injured a person last week in Beaverton.

Beaverton police say the shooting happened on Jan. 22 around 7:15 p.m. at the intersection of Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard and Southwest Walker Road.

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The shooter was described as a man between 60- to 70-years-old and had gray facial hair while wearing an orange and yellow baseball hat at the time of the incident, which escalated to a 29-year-old victim being shot by a gun, police said.

The suspect’s vehicle was described as being a “newer white GMC Sierra quad cab, lacking a visible license plate” and notably missing a passenger-side rear-view mirror, according to BPD in a release. “The mirror housing should be intact, but the mirror itself is absent,” the release said. The car may also have a temporary tag on the driver’s side rear window.

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Anyone with information about the case, which is actively being investigated, is encouraged to directly contact Detective Maggie Brown at 503-526-2538 or via her email.

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