Police looking for suspect after woman shot multiple times in Brownsburg

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BROWNSBURG, Ind. – Police in Hendricks County are looking for a suspect after a woman was shot early Wednesday morning.

This happened in the 600 block of South Alpha Avenue in Brownsburg. Brownsburg police confirmed a woman was shot multiple times. She was taken to IU Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. Police identified the victim as 33-year-old Tiffany Bolin.

Police are looking for her husband, 34-year-old Ken Bolin, in connection with the shooting. He was last seen on a black Harley Davidson motorcycle with Indiana plate M803WK.

"Right now what we're asking from the community and anybody in the area is if they can help us locate Ken Bolin," said Capt. Jennifer Barrett  with the Brownsburg Police Department. "Do not approach him. We do believe that he is armed and dangerous."

Officers have a history of being called to the residence, though Brownsburg police wouldn't go into more detail Wednesday morning. The call came in around 4:50 a.m.

"We do have quite a bit of history with this residence," Barrett said.

Police released this photo of the Brownsburg home at the center of the shooting

Police said two children, 6 and 13, were inside the home at the time of the shooting and were unharmed. Police believe the 13-year-old called 911 to report the shooting. The children have been relocated and are safe, police said.

"We have the kids. They're both safe and secure with us," Barrett said.

Anyone who sees Ken Bolin should call 911 or contact the Brownsburg Police Department.