Shooting in Waynesboro connected to I-64 shootings?

Item by Chris Graham

A shooting at an unoccupied vehicle at the DuPont Community Credit Union branch on Lucy Lane in Waynesboro may or may not be connected to a series of shootings just up Interstate 64 in Albemarle County.

Waynesboro police chief Doug Davis confirmed details of the shooting, which according to a clock on a security camera at the bank took place at 12:03 a.m. today.

The security camera captured an image of the vehicle from which the shots were fired. It is described as a light-colored Gremlin.

The shooting in Waynesboro has not immediately been connected to a series of shootings along I-64 in Albemarle County that began around 12:10 a.m. at mile marker 106 at the foot of Afton Mountain.

Virginia State Police Superintendent Steve Flaherty said this morning at a news conference in Charlottesville that police are looking for multiple suspects in the shootings, which sent two people to Augusta Medical Center in Fishersville with minor injuries.

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