ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Wasilla police are looking for a teen-ager charged with attempted murder last month in the shooting of a 75-year-old woman.
Police say 18-year-old Andrew Lee Coffman is a threat. He was released on bail Feb. 15.
He was charged with attempted murder for allegedly shooting Mary Rogers in the face after breaking into her Wasilla-area home. Police said Coffman went to the home to talk to Elizabeth Ingram, the girlfriend of Rogers' grandson.
Coffman shot Rogers after she confronted him with a gun, police said. Rogers suffered a broken jaw.
Police put out the lookout on Coffman after he contacted Ingram Monday at the Carrs store in Wasilla. That's in violation of his release conditions.
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