RICHARDSON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Richardson Police are trying to identify the person who shot a driver Thursday afternoon in a possible road rage incident.

It happened in the northbound frontage road of U.S. 75 near Collins Road.

The victim stopped his car on DART train tracks.

Driver shot in Richardson near U.S. 75 (Chopper 11)

He told police around 3:20 p.m. a car stopped in front of his, a guy got out, approached his window and fired a shot – hitting him in his lower body, then drove away.

The victim was taken to the hospital with a non life-threatening injury.

This shooting investigation delayed DART’s red and orange lines in that area.

Richardson Police released the following description of suspects and the suspects’ vehicle:

Suspect Vehicle: Older model gray Nissan Sentra with body damage on the rear passenger door.

Suspect #1 (Driver): 16-18 years old, Hispanic male, 6’00”, 215-230 pounds, round face, short dark hair (“spiky hair” with a high fade on the sides), and he was wearing a white t-shirt, black puffer style vest, and black sweatpants.

Suspect #2 (Shooter): 16-18 years old, Hispanic male, 6’00”, 115 pounds, thin, short dark hair (bowl cut with bangs in the front), and he was wearing a multi-colored tie dye shirt, maroon or red khaki style pants. Suspect #2 was armed with a black semi-automatic pistol.

Suspect #3 (Passenger): 16-18 years old, Hispanic male, very thin, thin face, with short “spiky” hair.

Anyone with information about the incident contact Richardson Police at 972-744-4800.

Erin Jones