Police: Man on the run after wife shot

Police: Man on the run after wife shot

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Roscoe Smiley Roscoe Smiley
REDFORD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WJBK) - Police in Redford Twp. are looking for an armed man accused of shooting his estranged wife inside the home they used to share.

Roscoe Smiley, 47, has been on the run since Saturday when he shot at his wife, Bianca, and her 18-year-old son.

Bianca was struck multiple times and is being treated at a hospital. Her son was not injured.

Relatives say Smiley was hiding in an attic inside the home waiting for his wife to come home. When he heard her and her son come into the room he began to shoot.

Smiley was last seen driving a black 2014 Ford Explorer with the license plate BPK 4315.

Anyone with information about Smiley's whereabouts is asked to contact the Redford Police Department at (313) 387-2551.
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