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Honolulu police release images of shooting suspect’s BMW

  • COURTESY CRIMESTOPPERS HONOLULU

    This undated photo shows the BMW 7-series shooting suspect Bronson Gouveia was seen fleeing in after a shooting Sunday in Kahaluu.

  • CRIMESTOPPERS

    Bronson K. Gouveia

  • COURTESY CRIMESTOPPERS HONOLULU

    This undated photo shows a sticker in the rear passenger window of the BMW 7-series shooting suspect Bronson Gouveia was seen fleeing in after a shooting Sunday in Kahaluu.

  • ROB SHIKINA / RSHIKINA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Crime scene tape blocks the entrance to the driveway where a 31-year-old woman was shot Sunday in Kahaluu.

Police continue to search today for the suspect in a shooting in a rural subdivision in Kahaluu that left a 31-year-old woman with head injuries.

Police said a 41-year-old man shot his girlfriend at about 12:50 p.m. Sunday at a residence near the intersection of Waihee Place and Waihee Road. He fled the scene and was seen driving a BMW sedan town-bound on the H-3 freeway shortly afterwards, according to police dispatch communications.

Police said a bullet grazed the woman’s head. An Emergency Medical Services report said paramedics took the woman to a hospital in serious condition.

CrimeStoppers Honolulu identified the suspect as Bronson Gouveia and said he is wanted for investigation of second-degree attempted murder.

Gouveia, who has 22 prior convictions, is known to frequent Waianae and Kaneohe. He was described as 6-feet-1-inch tall, 272 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes, and is considered “armed and dangerous,” CrimeStoppers said.

CrimeStoppers described the vehicle he fled in as a silver 2008 BMW 7-series sedan with a “Murder 187” sticker on the rear passenger window. The car has tinted windows and Hawaii license plates EF134.

Anyone with information about the incident or suspect is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 955-8300 or *CRIME on a cellular phone. Anonymous tips may also be submitted via honolulucrimestoppers.org or via the P3 Tips app.

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