2 Missouri teens injured in post-prom road rage shooting

Police in Missouri were searching Sunday for the gunman in a road rage shooting that left two teenagers injured after their high school prom.

Several teens were headed home after their prom at around 3 a.m. local time Sunday in Grandview, about 17 miles south of Kansas City, Mo., when they encountered three men on the highway, KCTV reported.

Police said the three men confronted the teenagers in their vehicle and one threw a bottle at the windshield.

When the teens attempted to drive away from the scene, one of the men pulled out a gun and fired upon the vehicle, according to KCTV.

A 16-year-old male was shot and suffered injuries that were not considered life-threatening. A teenage girl, whose age was not reported, suffered minor injuries from a shattered car window.

Police were searching Sunday for the three suspects, who were believed to be driving an olive green SUV. A four-door car driven by a woman was also involved in the incident, KCTV reported.