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Lookout for “two individuals- Possibly Connected to the Shootings at Navy Yard”


Update 2:40pm from @SafeDC:

“The white male being sought in connection to the #NavyYardShooting has been identified and is NOT a suspect.”

From MPD:

“We encourage everyone to be observant. We are looking for two individuals- Possibly Connected to the Shootings at Navy Yard.

**Please use caution and do not approach them – these individuals should be considered armed and dangerous.**

1) Black male – 50 years old, carrying a long gun (rifle), wearing a drab olive military-style uniform

2) White male – carrying a hand gun, wearing a Navy-style khaki uniform (with a short-sleeved shirt), and wearing a beret-style hat

As additional descriptions become available, we will inform you. Please call MPD at 202.727.9099 if you have any further information regarding these individuals. Please call 911 if there is an emergency.”

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