FBI seeks help in Chattanooga shooting
FBI teams are continuing to collect and process evidence collected at the two Chattanooga military sites attacked Thursday as investigators work to reconstruct what happened.
Also on scene at the Armed Forces Recruiting Station and the Navy Operations Support Center, which are located about 7 miles apart, is a team from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service and prosecutors from the U.S. Attorney's Office covering eastern Tennessee.
As FBI agents served a warrant on the family home of accused shooter Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez on Thursday, two women wearing Islamic head coverings were seen being led away in handcuffs. It is not unusual for federal agents to temporarily detain individuals found at a location where there is potential evidence in a criminal investigation.
FBI spokesman, Special Agent Jason Pack, said Saturday that no arrests have been made in the case.
The FBI is urging anyone with information that might aid the investigation to call (865) 602-7582. Various state and federal law enforcement agencies are following up on more than 200 leads collected through the tip line, according to the release.