Police to search I-95 for shooting evidence
Prince William County Police will have its search and rescue team out on I-95 Friday morning to search for evidence related to shots fire at the United States Marine Corps Heritage Museum on Oct. 17.
Motorists should expect disruption of traffic beginning around 8 a.m.
The search comes just days after at least six shots were fired at the Pentagon early Tuesday, according to authorities.
Law enforcement continues to search for the shooter in both incidents.
Police said they have concluded analysis of evidence from the museum shooting, but said they will not release the caliber of bullet used. They said they continue to work closely with the Pentagon Force Protection Agency, Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Joint Terrorism Task Force and the FBI investigating the shooting at the Pentagon.
Washington Post editors
| October 21, 2010; 11:28 AM ET
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