FOXOBORO (WBSM) — Foxboro Police are seeking information on a dark-colored sedan that was traveling southbound on I-95 South through Foxboro on Feb. 3 and allegedly was involved in a fatal shooting.

Just before 10 p.m., the driver fired multiple rounds into a black Mercedes, killing that driver, the Norfolk District Attorney's Office said in a news release.

The Mercedes allegedly swerved into a Lexus SUV being driven by a family, causing the Lexus to crash into the woods off the highway. The Mercedes allegedly swerved again, striking the center guard rail before coming to rest on the highway.

Occupants of the Lexus did not suffer life-threatening injuries.

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The driver of the Mercedes, Justin Parker, 37, of North Attleboro, was transported to Sturdy Memorial Hospital but did not survive his injuries.

"We are asking anyone who may have seen any part of this incident, or who may have seen one or more dark-colored sedans operating erratically or at a high rate of speed on Route 95 before or after the area of Exit 17 to call 781-327-9801 and speak with State Police assigned to the Norfolk District Attorney's Office," the District Attorney's Office said.

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