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Wednesday, December 6, 2023
Dec. 6, 2023

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One wounded when altercation turns into shooting, pursuit in Woodland

By , Columbian Metro Editor

The Woodland Police Department is seeking the public’s help as it investigates a 3:15 a.m. altercation and shooting in the 1200 block of Pacific Avenue that wounded one person Saturday.

A Woodland police statement said the victim in the shooting, who suffered a minor leg wound and Is expected to recover, fled in his vehicle with his assailant’s vehicle in pursuit. A passenger in the vehicle fired at the victim’s vehicle, hitting it multiple times, before the victim drove to the Woodland Police Department and the suspect vehicle fled the area.

The suspect vehicle was described as a dark colored, possibly maroon, SUV with a bike rack loaded with at least 1 bicycle on the back. It was occupied by two white men, approximately 40 years in age, according to the police statement.

The suspects and vehicle have not been located. Police asked that anyone with information about the incident call the Woodland Police Department at 360-225-6965.

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