UPDATE 2:40 p.m.:
A second suspect has now been apprehended by police, according to local authorities. The third suspect is believed to be still at large.
Minneapolis Police have now arrested a 23-year-old white man in Bloomington in connection with the shooting, though authorities are still attempting to pin down additional suspects:
See original story from 11/23/15 below.
Five Black Lives Matter protestors were reportedly shot in Minneapolis, MN on Monday night during a candle light vigil for Jamar Clark, who was shot and killed by a police officers on Nov. 15. Witnesses say white supremacists allegedly fired into the peaceful crowd, injuring several. They took to Twitter to share what they saw.
"A group of white supremacists showed up at the protest, as they have done most nights," Miski Noor told the Star Tribune. The group then "opened fire on about six protesters," ultimately hitting five people. Though none of those hit sustained life-threatening injuries, three victims were reportedly transported to a nearby hospital. As of early Tuesday, Salon reports that no arrests have been made regarding the attack. The same group of supremacists had reportedly previously threatened Black Lives Matter activists with a gun.
The protests come in the wake of another unarmed African American male shot and killed by police. Authorities allege they were in the midst of arresting the 24-year-old for attempting to pull a woman from an ambulance when he got into a scuffle with two officers. Witnesses say he was restrained when he was shot. Clips of the incident have been released, but video of the entire exchange remains unseen. Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has also reviewed the footage but says it's inconclusive— not supporting one account or the other.
Hundreds gathered to shut down the Interstate 94 last Monday, and more continued to rally outside of the precinct near the shooting. Police are said to have arrived on the scene Monday night in riot gear to help control the situation, which is being live streamed here. Additional reports of mace being used.