A task force of local and state police agencies is meeting to discuss the latest in its effort to track down whoever's responsible for 22 reported shootings in a four-county region of southeastern Michigan over a three-day period.
The Ingham County sheriff's office says the meeting is set for Tuesday.
No one has been hurt, and no shootings have occurred since last week.
Most involved cars near Interstate 96, though authorities say one occurred while a man was taking out his trash. In another incident, a woman says the rear window on her car was shattered.
Ten of the 22 shootings were in Wixom in Oakland County.
Tipsters tell police the gunman appears to be a man in his 30s, and authorities have released a drawing of a possible suspect.
News 10 Reporter Anthony Sabella is covering the meeting and will have reports on wilx.com and News 10 @ 5 & 6 pm.
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