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Gunmen in weekend Caddo Heights shooting still on the loose

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SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) -

One man's trip to the ArkLaTex ends in gunfire and a hospital bed, and police say he is not talking.

According to Shreveport Police, Donald King of Dallas will only tell them that a group of men began chasing his vehicle before one of them opened fire at the intersection of Ockley and St. Vincent, hitting him once in the back. King was able to drive a few miles down the road to Doris Street, where he then called police. So far, that is all he is telling detectives.

"There could be a number of variables to consider. We don't know why the information was as limited as it was, but we didn't get a whole lot from him," said Cpl. Hines with the Shreveport Police Department.

With very little information to go on, police are hoping someone in Stoner hill saw something; a license plate, or a vehicle description. KSLA News 12 did get to speak with several people in that neighborhood. Many of them did want to go on camera out of concern for their safety. However, they did show KSLA the shattered glass on the ground, left over from the Saturday night shooting.

If anyone has information on this case you can call Crimestoppers at (318) 673-7373.

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