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Arlington police search for man who fired several rounds into ex-girlfriend’s car

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Arlington police are looking for a man who fired several rounds into the driver-side door of his ex-girlfriend’s car early Thursday morning, striking her in the arm.

The woman, who had just dropped her kids off at school, will survive, police said.

The man has been identified as Bobby Ray Jefferson, 51, Chief Will Johnson tweeted Thursday afternoon. Anyone with information on Jefferson or the incident is asked to call 9-1-1.

Officers were dispatched at 7:27 a.m. Thursday to a shooting call in the 1000 block of Avenue H. East. An image of the car tweeted by Johnson shows more than 10 bullet holes in the car.

The woman was in the driver’s seat, police said, and the man shot into her door.

The motive for the shooting was unclear. The incident is domestic-related, police said.

The shooting occurred outside of a Shell station located in northeast Arlington at the intersection of Texas 360 and Avenue H, according to KXAS/Channel 5.

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