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A targeted attack: Gunshots fired into Texas ICE office, one bullet missed an agent by two inches


Priscilla Aguirre
San Antonio Express-News

San Antonio police said they are investigating an overnight shooting that left windows shattered at a government agency office on the city’s Northeast Side.

Police reported to the scene just after 3 a.m. Tuesday at a building that housed the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement division, near Loop 410 and Nacogdoches Road.

According to police, shots were fired possibly from across Loop 410, hitting the windows in the building, including the ICE office, officials said.

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Police said they took a man into custody who was found along Village Drive, not far from where the shooting occurred.

No injuries were reported from the shooting. It is unclear whether the ICE office was targeted or if it was a random attack.

SAPD and ICE agents are investigating.


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