A man on a hoverboard shot a driver in Dallas early Thursday and then rolled away to avoid capture, Fox 4 News reports.

Police were called to a gas station in northwest Dallas shortly after 4 a.m. where they found a man with a gunshot wound in his arm. The wounded man told police that he was driving when a black male with dreadlocks rode by and shot him.

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Fox 4 News reports that police searched the immediate area for the suspect, but couldn't find him.

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The victim was taken to Parkland Hospital in Dallas, where he is expected to recover, the report said.