Police Capt. Dexter Nelson said it is not clear what the car looked like or how many people were inside.
"We don't have much suspect information to go on," Nelson said.
Police are investigating whether the same suspects were involved in two other shooting incidents Tuesday morning.
A woman said she was arriving home about 2:45 a.m. in an apartment complex near NW 122 and N MacArthur Boulevard when she was approached by a person with a gun who fired at her. A bullet hit the car, sending glass flying that cut her. She told police she was able to get away by running to a convenience store to call for help, Nelson said.
Officers found another woman about 3 a.m. suffering from a gunshot wound in the median of the John Kilpatrick Turnpike between N Council Road and N County Line Road.
Nelson said that woman told officers she had been abducted, robbed, dropped out of the car and then shot. Her injuries were not life-threatening, police said. Nelson did not know if the description of the car in those cases matches the one in the Quickle shooting case.
"It is all so preliminary we hesitate to put out any vehicle description for fear that that might not be accurate," Nelson said.