(CBS DETROIT) – The Oakland County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a Pontiac shooting that left a 39-year-old man with two gunshot wounds.

It happened in the 100 block of Maines Street, where the man says he was sitting in his vehicle in a vacant lot when he saw a gray vehicle traveling in his direction.

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The man told detectives he heard a loud bang and saw a person hanging out of the window of the vehicle. He had two gunshot wounds in his upper right shoulder.

The 39-year-old drove to his sister’s residence nearby and was taken to a local hospital. He was listed in stable condition.

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He told detectives he could not identify the suspect who was wearing a head wrap, nor could he describe the make or model of the vehicle.

Deputies located a single shell casing in the roadway where the man said the incident occurred and will be continuing this investigation.

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