Search continues for gunman who shot a member of the Outlaw MC and a woman on a Florida bridge
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UPDATE: Police are looking for a black car in connection with the shooting. The man was grazed with a bullet and managed to keep control of the bike. The woman was shot in the arm. Police say the gunman shot at them multiple times.
TAMPA, Fla. (BIKER DAD) — An Outlaw member and a woman were targeted on a Florida highway shooting. ABC Action News reports the victims were connected other the motorcycle club.
TV station WFLA reports it happened early Tuesday morning on the Howard Frankland Bridge. Their video of the aftermath is in the video player above.
ABC goes on to report, “according to FHP, the 40-year-old man and 47-year-old woman, both of Clearwater, were shot by an unknown suspect or suspects in a passing black sedan. It happened around 12:30 a.m. in the northbound lanes.”
Their injuries are not life-threatening. Police didn’t say anything about the motive or if the club affiliation was a factor. The Outlaws have been involved in a few high profile brawls in Northwest Florida recently. Both also involved the Pagans MC.
We’ve reported on that as well.
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