Police Reopen Roads But Continue Search For Shooters In Roseville

Police Reopen Roads But Continue Search For Shooters In Roseville

California police are still searching for two men suspected of firing shots in a Roseville neighborhood after an unsuccessful manhunt led to the temporary closure of I-80 and I-65.

Roseville Police Respond To Calls About Gunfire

Several residents called police to report gunshots in the Galleria area just before 5 a.m. today. When Roseville police arrived on scene, they also reported hearing gunshots and seeing muzzle flashes.

Later, a California Highway Patrol officer reported spotting two men with long rifles disappearing into a wooded area in Antelope Creek near I-80.

Interstates Close For Hours For Manhunt

Westbound I-80 and southbound I-65 were both closed while police conducted their search. Several shell casings were found, but the suspects have not yet been located.

Both interstates reopened shortly after 8 a.m.

The two suspects are described as males in their 20’s. One is wearing a white shirt and the other is wearing a turquoise blue shirt.

No injuries have been reported.

Sources:
The Auburn Journal
Fox 40
KCRA
The Sacramento Bee