Georgia investigators are asking residents in Clayton County to check their property for bullet holes after a Snapchat video surfaced that appears to show two men firing semi-automatic weapons out of a moving car.
The video was uploaded using a Clayton County filter and shows a driver and a passenger haphazardly fire several shots while driving along a dark road. It was shared to a Facebook networking page for the Georgia law enforcement community Sunday and has been viewed more than 300,000 times since then.
WARNING: The video contains foul language
According to the Georgia Law Enforcement page, the video was first shared to Snapchat about 10 p.m. Saturday.
Investigators are hoping victims will come forward to help them determine where the incident took place.
“We are asking the public for information about the incident location through possible injuries, property damages, etc.,” a Clayton County police spokeswoman told AJC.com in an email.
The two men have been identified, but their names are not being released, she said.
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