On Sunday, a masked man took aim at the US Army paintball team in Austin, Texas.
According to the Austin American-Statesman, the masked man fired shots at the team’s paintball gun, hitting one of the members of the team.
A bystander was struck by the bullet and he also received injuries.
The shooter was reportedly killed by police.
The US Army’s paint ball team had to play the match for a little over an hour before being able to leave the stadium.
A spokesperson for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department confirmed to NBC News that the shooter was “a suspect” and said that the suspect is in custody.
There was no word on whether the suspect had a gun.
The National Rifle Association called the shooting “troubling” and vowed to work with the police and local authorities to track down the shooter.
On Friday, a similar incident occurred in the state of Wisconsin, where a masked masked man attempted to enter a local mall.
Police said that during the initial attack, one person was struck and taken to a hospital.
They said that in the attack, the gunman was “armed and dangerous.”
The FBI’s Dallas Division has confirmed that the two incidents are linked.
The gunman, who was reportedly armed with a knife, took aim and fired shots into a crowd of people before fleeing the scene, according to the Associated Press.