The Manchester Police Department is searching for two men believed to be involved in a shooting that set a seemingly quiet neighborhood on edge for hours.
Police said they are actively searching for 25-year-old Anthony Gunn and 27-year-old Kevin McCray after they fled a crime scene that took place near the intersection of East Center St. and Walker Street on Saturday just before 7:30 p.m.
Police said at least one shot was fired and no one was struck.
Police said Gunn and McCray took off in a 2005 tan colored Chevy Malibu with Connecticut Registration AP 06404, at the time of the shooting.
Police said Gunn was spotted wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt with a bandana over his forehead.
No one was injured, but police said a victim was targeted, and the incident is isolated.
Eyewitnesses told Channel 3 it was tense as police gave commands from the armored vehicle.
"He kept going in and out of the driveway and came out of the roof of the truck and then said, 'Manchester Police. please come outside. We’re giving you a chance to come outside.,'" described Manchester resident Jennifer Ruel.
"It was kind of crazy. I’ve never seen anything like that before."
Those with information on the whereabouts of Gunn and McCray are asked to contact Detective Joseph Davis of the Manchester Police Department 860 643-3357.
This story is developing. Stay with Channel 3 for updates.
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