Update: Details in Shooting at Little Rock Gas Station

Update: Details in Shooting at Little Rock Gas Station

The incident occurred around 12:30 p.m. Friday.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Police are looking for the shooter who injured a woman Friday.

The woman's injuries are not life-threatening.

New details have been released in the case.

The victim, Vallesha Boles, told police she was going to the gas station when a man approached her and asked her an inappropriate question.

Boles then says the two got into a physical altercation inside the gas station.

After the fight, Boles says she walked outside and was shot in the leg.

Boles was hit more than once.

Original Story:
LITTLE ROCK, AR --  The Little Rock police confirms a woman was shot in the parking lot of the Superstop at Roosevelt and Johnson just after 12:30 Friday afternoon.

Vallesha Boles was shot but police say her injuries are not life threatening.

The clerk at the Superstop told law enforcement a man and woman were fighting inside and then once outside he heard about five shots.

Police say the suspect is a black male with a dark complexion, 5-foot-7, 20-30 years old and wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt with stripe on the sleeve.

Cassandra Davis with the Little Rock police also added he drove away in a Gold Oldsmobile Alero.

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