Shots were reportedly fired at a truck carrying “Make America Great Again” and American flags in Indiana on Tuesday.
Fox 59, citing Indiana State Police, reports that the driver of a white 4-door Chevrolet Malibu with a Louisiana license plate is alleged to have pulled up beside the 2001 Dodge pickup truck, at which point a passenger allegedly held a handgun out of the window and fired several shots.
No one was reportedly injured during the attack, which appears to have left the truck with at least one bullet hole.
According to CBS4Indy, the driver of the Malibu has been described as “a black male around the age of 23.”
The passenger who fired the shots is described as “a light skinned black male with a sleeve tattoo on his right arm.”
“At this point it seems to be an isolated incident,” said Indiana State Police Sgt. John Perrine to The Indianapolis Star, adding, “we’re not even sure that it’s connected to the flags, or if it was just a case of road rage.”
Unsurprisingly, in light of Wednesday’s shooting at a GOP baseball practice, many appear to believe that the attack was indeed connected to the Make America Great Again flag.