(CBS DETROIT) – I-94 has reopened after police closed the freeway to locate evidence in connection to a shooting.

Police say there was no evidence located on the freeway and driver who called in the shooting became “uncooperative and decided not to pursue this incident.”

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It now appears the shooting did not take place on the freeway, police say.

On Thursday at 2:45 a.m. on a caller told police he was on westbound I-94 and Chalmers where he stated he was in the right lane when a driver in a black SUV started shooting at him.

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The driver told police he didn’t know why the driver in the SUV was shooting at him.

Police say the driver exited the freeway and drove to the Fifth precinct.

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