WATCH: House riddled with bullets; 78-year-old uninjured in drive-by shooting

Griffin police need help identifying the dark-colored sedan seen in surveillance footage of a drive-by shooting on North 5th Street on Tuesday morning.

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Griffin police need help identifying the dark-colored sedan seen in surveillance footage of a drive-by shooting on North 5th Street on Tuesday morning.

Griffin police are asking the public for help in identifying a vehicle used in a drive-by shooting Tuesday morning.

In a home surveillance video posted to Facebook by the department, a dark-colored sedan is seen slowly driving by a home in the 200 block of North 5th Street around 1 a.m. As it drives by, several shots are fired at the house, and small pieces of debris are seen flying by the camera.

Two women were inside the house at the time, and a bullet narrowly missed one of them, a 78-year-old, by mere inches, police said.

Anyone with information concerning the owner or driver of the vehicle is asked to contact investigators at 770-229-6450, ext. 537 or email at rpowell@cityofgriffin.com and reference case number 22-003537.