Two people "discovered they had been shot" a few hours after the shooting occurred early Saturday, according to Lexington police.
The incident began when "there was some sort of disagreement or exchange" between the occupants of a car and a blue pickup, Lt. Joe Anderson said.
When the vehicles stopped at a red light at Main Street and Martin Luther King Boulevard, a passenger in the truck got out and went over to the car, opened its door and fired one shot into the back seat, he said. The man then got back in the truck, and it left.
Police received a call about shots fired in the area, but "when we responded, the vehicles were gone," Anderson said
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The driver of the car took the two passengers home, and a few hours later they "discovered they had been shot," Anderson said.
One was hit in the arm and the other in the leg. Neither injury was life-threatening, he said.
Police were called about the shooting at 4:24 a.m., Anderson said.
He said Saturday afternoon that no arrests had been made.