Yesterday morning, Dade County 911 received a call of shots fired at the Prairie Mountain Screen Printing business in Lockwood, Missouri.

A 20-year old Lockwood resident allegedly fired a weapon at a westbound vehicle on US 160 at Dade County Road 81, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. The suspect followed the vehicle to the business, then fired shots into the front of the business striking a man and a woman.

The suspect fled the scene to his residence in Lockwood, where he was taken into custody without incident by local law enforcement.

Both shooting victims were transported to Cox South Hospital in Springfield for treatment of injuries.

The names of the victims and suspect have not been released.

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Press release from the Missouri State Highway Patrol

At approximately 7:30 a.m., Dade County 911 received a call of shots fired at the Prairie Mountain Screen Printing business located at 509 West 4th Street in Lockwood, Missouri. A 20-year old male resident of Lockwood allegedly fired a weapon at a westbound vehicle on US 160 at Dade County Road 81. The suspect followed the vehicle westbound to the business. The suspect fired shots into the front of the business striking a male victim and a female victim. The suspect fled the scene to his residence in Lockwood, where he was taken into custody without incident by local law enforcement. Both shooting victims were transported to Cox South Hospital in Springfield for treatment of injuries.

Members of the Missouri State Highway Patrol Division of Drug and Crime Control are conducting the investigation.