Detroit police have released a composite sketch of a person-of-interest wanted in connection with a brick that was thrown at a car, hitting a two-year-old girl.
Officers say the man is wanted for questioning in an aggravated/felonious assault.
The incident happened around 10:10 p.m. Wednesday night on the I-75 service drive and east Warren.
The child's mother and grandmother were in the car with the child. Police say an unknown black male ran out in front of the vehicle, then ran to the side.
That's when the rear window was shattered and they discovered the child had been struck by a brick.
She was originally listed in critical condition.
The person-of-interest is described as light complexion African American, about 17-years-old. He is between 5'7" and 5'9". He was wearing a low cut dark colored hairstyle, a thin oddly cut mustache, a red hooded sweatshirt over a white t-shirt and white pants.
If you have any information on who he is, you're asked to call Detroit police.