ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Police are searching for a man who opened fire on a family from out of town. The family told police they were driving along Coors Thursday, April, 21 when a man later identified as Antonio Brower-Walsh began cutting them off and slamming his brakes. They say he pulled out a gun and fired twice into the passenger side door. No one was injured.
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Witnesses say Brower-Walsh then crashed into cars at Coors and Montano. Police say the family wasn’t able to positively identify him as the shooter. Police say they got a search warrant for the car where they found a gun. They issued a warrant for his arrest on Monday.