CAMBRIDGE, Md. - Police are investigating a case of an apparent act of kindness, that ended with gunfire. It all reportedly happened on October 6th, around 3 PM. The victim told Cambridge Police, that he picked up an unknown African American male, who asked for a ride to the Zip-Mart.
Police say that the victim and the man were driving on Glasgow Street, when the suspect pulled out a gun and demanded money. Acting quickly, the victim tried to get out of the moving car, when the suspect reportedly shot the gun, hitting the victim in the upper right leg.
Police say that after the victim left the moving car, it went on to hit a parked car. The suspect reportedly fled from the scene. The victim was treated and released from Dorchester General Hospital.
The investigation is on going, and police are asking anyone with information into the incident to call their Criminal Investigation Division at 410-228-3333.