The FBI said it was looking for a suspect at the Sunday shootout at a federal judge's house in New Jersey, who had her son and husband in critical condition.
District judge Esther Salas was at home at the time of the shootout in North Brunswick, New Jersey, but was not injured, media reports.
"The FBI is investigating a shootout that took place in the early evening of July 19 at Judge Ester Salas's home in North Brunswick, New Jersey," the FBI office in Newark said late Sunday in its Twitter feed.
An FBI official said Monday morning that there were no further updates to the investigation.
Investigators have preliminary information that someone dressed as a FedEx driver arrived at the family home in North Brunswick around 5 p.m. (2100 GMT), ABC News reported on Sunday, citing multiple law enforcement sources.
Salas & # 39; son Daniel Anderl was 20 years old. Her husband, prominent defender Mark Anderl (63), was hospitalized in critical condition.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy and New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez were among the political leaders who expressed concern about the incident on Twitter.
Menendez said he knew Judge Salas well and recommended her appointment to the Bundesbank.
"My prayers are with Judge Salas and her family and those responsible for this terrible act are quickly arrested and brought to justice," Menendez wrote.
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