SAN PABLO (CBS SF) — High-tech cameras installed along I-80 have helped lead San Pablo police to a suspect who allegedly followed a woman in his car and shot at her vehicle on the freeway on Wednesday.

Police received a ShotSpotter alert about gunfire detected on I-80 between El Portal Drive and San Pablo Dam Road early Wednesday morning.

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“The frightened victim drove to the police department a short time later and notified officers her car had been shot,” the San Pablo Police
Department said in a post on its Facebook page. “Officers learned the victim had been chased through San Pablo by another vehicle prior to the shooting on the freeway.”

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City surveillance cameras and license plate readers were used to identify the vehicle pursuing the woman and detectives used that information to determine a suspect, who was arrested in Richmond on Thursday.

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The suspect, whose name and age have not been released, is being in county jail in Martinez.