OPA-LOCKA, FLA. (WSVN) - A perimeter that was established in Opa-locka for several hours after shots were fired at a supermarket was cleared. Police are now searching for the subjects who were involved in the shooting.
The incident occurred at the Chavez Distributors supermarket, located at 141 Opa-locka Blvd., Tuesday afternoon.
7News cameras captured Miami-Dade Police officers and the Special Response Team as they surrounded the area.
According to officials, they believed that a subject ran from the the shopping plaza after some sort of altercation and barricaded themselves at a home nearby.
Cellphone video showed officers running with long-guns as they surrounded the home.
Opa-locka Police said that two subjects remain at large and were wondering if one of the subjects barricaded themselves at the home.
The perimeter was established around the area as police attempted to coax the subjects out of the home.
After several hours outside the home, police announced that they attained a warrant and wanted anyone who was inside the home to come out. Despite that effort, no subjects were found at the home.
SRT and several officers then left the scene.
The subjects remain at large.
No injuries were reported.
The City of Opa-locka said the investigation into the shooting continues and that witnesses are being interviewed.
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