Calhoun County Sheriff’s deputies are looking for a 17-year old man who they think shot a 26-year-old woman in Springfield Wednesday night.

Deputies were called to the 1st block of North 11th Street in the City of Springfield just before midnight.   Their investigation put them on the trail of a 17-year-old Battle Creek man.

Police said the victim was transported to Bronson Battle Creek Hospital for serious but nonlife-threatening injuries.  They’re still looking for the shooter.

Police are continuing to investigate, but so far they believe the shooting happened in retaliation for an assault that took place in the City of Battle Creek earlier on Wednesday night.

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Anyone with more information is asked to call the Sheriff’s Office, 269-781-0880 or Silent Observer, 269-964-3888.

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The Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Battle Creek Police Department, LifeCare Ambulance Service, and the Springfield Fire Department.