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Andrew Adams, KSL NewsradioIt's one of the scariest things you can encounter on a freeway: a shooter. The Utah Highway Patrol is looking for one after a car was shot up early this morning near 400 North on I-15.
All the girls did was pull up to a pickup truck, apparently they liked the look of it. Two men were inside. One brandished a gun and then fired a shot. It hit the front fender.
Trooper Preston Raban says it doesn't matter, hit or miss; these guys have to be caught. He says, "This is something that is absolutely unacceptable, and we wish that we did have more information to go by because we would like to find these individuals and get them taken care of."
Trooper Raban says the girls didn't know the men, and they didn't provoke them, either.
Investigators only have the vague description of that low-riding black Dodge truck.