Watch: High-definition video of shooting captured at Project Green Light gas station

Watch: High-definition video of a shooting was captured at a Project Green Light gas station.

- UPDATE: The female suspect has been arrested. You can read more about that here. The original story is still posted below.

Thanks to Project Green Light, Detroit police have clear images from new video released of a shooting Sunday and are now looking for help identifying the female suspect.

Police obtained video from a robbery at the Mobil gas station located at 15510 Fenkell Ave. on Detroit's west side that is also one of eight Project Green Light gas stations. The project is a partnership between the Detroit Police Department and gas stations in which real-time camera connections with police headquarters were installed in the gas stations.

Investigators requested the media only show the shooter's face. Police said the shooter is a 5'2" female with a light complexion and black hair in cornrows or braids, weighing 140 lbs. She was last seen wearing a white or red checkered shirt, a blue jean skirt and red boots.

The video shows two cars in a parking lot, where there was a heated argument. The female went into the blue Dodge Charger and it appears she put a gun in her skirt.

Seconds later, she walked to the Grand Prix and fired multiple times, striking the driver more than once. Police said the injuries are not life threatening.

The driver in the Grand Prix moved his vehicle, knocking down one of the men from the blue Charger. At that point, one man from the Grand Prix was able to wrestle the gun away from the shooter, and both cars quickly left the scene.

Anyone with information about the incident or the identity of the shooter should call the Second Precinct Detective Unit at (313) 596-5240.

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