The officer is said to be recuperating from two flesh wounds suffered to her left palm and right shoulder.
The incident occurred at around 10:40pm on Monday when the officer was on her way home from picking up her husband from work. She reported that someone opened fire on her, from nearby bushes.
She was treated for the wounds at hospital and discharged.
Chaguanas police are continuing investigations.
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