ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Police continue to look for a man they say set a car on fire with a woman, thought be his girlfriend, inside.
It happened Wednesday afternoon on 4th Street near Alameda.
Neighbors say the severely burned woman escaped from the car just moments before it exploded.
She remains in critical condition.
Deputies are trying to find Ray Pergerson, 54.
Witnesses say his arms were blackened and burned from starting the fire.
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