Lexington police are continuing to investigate a shooting that severely injured a 9-year-old boy on Saturday.
Police have a list of Nissan Maximas matching the description of the one from which the shot was reportedly fired, and they are checking each of them, police spokeswoman Sherelle Roberts said.
On Tuesday, police also reached out to the Spanish-speaking community for help in locating the shooter.
Roberts said police had done radio interviews in Spanish and spoken with Lexington's Spanish-language newspaper, La Voz de Kentucky.
No update was available on the condition of the child. He was in critical condition at University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital on Monday.
Police said the boy was riding in a vehicle near the intersection of Hollow Creek and Russell Cave roads with his parents on Saturday when at least two shots were fired, one of which hit the boy in the neck area.
Police have released photos of the car and a composite sketch of the shooter.
Anyone with information may call Lexington police at (859) 258-3600 or (859) 258-3700. Tips may also be submitted to Bluegrass Crime Stoppers at Bluegrasscrimestoppers.com.