2 persons of interest in SEPTA shooting at Broad and Fairmount station

There have been no reports of any injuries, the scene has been cleared and trains are back to normal operations, according to SEPTA

NBC Universal, Inc.

The SEPTA Transit Police have two persons of interest in a shooting investigation at a subway station after a gun was fired Tuesday night in North Philadelphia.

At approximately 6:30 p.m. was when the shot was fired and no one was injured, according to SEPTA.

Léelo en español aquí.

A SEPTA spokesperson said they believe one shot was fired from outside the train toward the train. Police recovered a bullet that was found lodged in the glass of one of the train windows.

SEPTA police are reviewing surveillance video to identify who was involved in the shooting. They are asking for the public's help identifying the two males pictured below, who are wanted for questioning.

SEPTA is asking anyone with information to call SEPTA Police at (215) 580-8111.

This is a developing story, check back for updates.

Contact Us