PETALING JAYA - A 51-year-old woman survived a drive-by shooting near a traffic light in Sierramas, Sungai Buloh on Wednesday.
The administrative officer at a church had stopped her car at the junction leading to the Sungai Buloh toll plaza at about 8.30am when a man fired from a pistol after alighting from a motorcycle.
It is uncertain how many shots were fired.
Sungai Buloh police chief Supt Junaidi Bujang said the woman was injured on her left arm and face.
"She in currently undergoing an operation at the Sungai Buloh Hospital. We are still trying to ascertain the motive behind the attack," he said.
Police recovered two .38 slugs at the scene.
Investigations showed that two men on a motorcycle had stopped near the woman's car before the pillion rider got off the vehicle and fired at the right side of the car.
"They were wearing full-faced helmets," Supt Junaidi said.
The case is investigated for attempted murder.