At least four people have been injured in a drive-by shooting in Italy on Saturday morning. A man and a passenger drove around the town of Macerata, opening fire at various places including near the train station as police gave chase.
The mayor of the town tweeted advice to residents to 'stay at home' while the suspects were at large.
Italian news reports said that the car contained two people. Macerata's mayor has urged citizens to stay indoors Saturday while the suspects remain at-large. The ANSA news agency reported four victims have been wounded while Sky TG24 put the number of wounded at two.
(With agency inputs)