Shots Fired at Camp Shelby Soldiers
Authorities in Mississippi are currently on the lookout for two suspects who allegedly fired shots at a group of soldiers at the Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center.
The shots were fired around 12:10 p.m. today, according to Perry County deputies. No injuries were reported.
Police have found a vehicle matching the description of that driven by the two suspects. According to sources, the suspects were driving a red Ford Ranger with the words "broken arrow" on the windshield.
Two men are currently being questioned by the Mississippi Highway Patrol but are not presently under arrest. The suspects are two white males.
This shooting marks twice this summer that someone has opened fire on military personnel from a vehicle. You certainly recall that on July 16 Mohammad Yousef Abdulazees opened fire on the military recruitment center in Chattanooga.
He then drove to the U.S. Naval Reserve Center and fatally shot five service members.