A woman was wounded by an arrow on a New York City street but police think the arrow was fired into the air at random.

Police said the 30-inch arrow struck Denise Delgado-Brown in the stomach on Sunday as she was dropping off fellow parishioners at a nursing home in the Bronx after attending church.

She underwent surgery at St. Barnabas Hospital and was listed in stable condition. She is about 50 years old.

Police said the fiberglass arrow is the type that can be used for either practice or hunting.

Officers searched the area but no arrests had been made as of Monday.

Friends say Delgado-Brown works as a traffic court officer in the suburb of Yonkers.