2 sought in shooting along I-90 in west Montana

MISSOULA, Mont. — Two people are being sought in the shooting of a man on I-90 in western Montana.

Police say a man was shot during a robbery along the highway near Turah on Wednesday night. The man survived, but his name and condition have not been released.

The Missoula County Sheriff’s Department issued arrest warrants for Troy A. Miller, 30, of Washington state, and Katherine Grace Evans, 34, whose home state wasn’t immediately clear.

Police say Miller is believed to be armed and dangerous, and is described as being 6 feet, 4 inches tall and 200 pounds with light brown hair.

Evans is 5-5 and weighs about 130 pounds. Her hair is currently brown but has been blonde in the past.

The suspects may be traveling in a white 2-door pickup.

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