Police: Suspect sought after shooting person in south AL parking lot

Police: Suspect sought after shooting person in south AL parking lot

TROY, AL (WSFA) - The Troy Police Department is looking for a shooter that fired into an occupied vehicle Friday shortly after noon.

The suspect has been identified as Abrien Kirk Myhand, 23, of Troy. According to Chief Randall Barr, a warrant for attempted murder has been issued for Myhand.

Barr said the suspect walked up to an occupied vehicle in the parking lot of a convenience store on South Brundidge Street and fired multiple rounds into the car, striking a 20-year-old victim.

Barr said the victim sustained non-life-threatening injuries but was transported to Montgomery Hospital for treatment. The victim was later released.

Barr said Myhand escaped in a burnt orange Chevrolet Cobalt two-door with black racing stripes on the hood and a spoiler on the trunk and was last see traveling northbound South Brundidge Street. His car tag reads "55AZ468."

Myhand stands 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs approximately 170 pounds.

Barr said Myhand and the victim exchanged words prior to the shooting.

Anyone with information on Myhand's location is asked to contact the Troy Police Department at 334-566-0500 or the secret witness line at 334-566-5555. The police consider Myhand to be "armed and dangerous" and ask that anyone refrains from approaching him.

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