INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis police have released video of two people considered suspects in the shooting of two southern Indiana judges earlier this week.
According to a statement from Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, detectives are asking for the public's help identifying the SUV and two occupants who emerge from the vehicle. The individuals "are believed to be the suspects in the shooting early Wednesday.
The two judges continue to improve.
Both are now in stable condition, according to Kathryn Dolan, Chief Public Information Officer for the Indiana Supreme Court.
Andrew Adams and Brad Jacobs are now listed as stable.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department says there have been no arrests in the shooting, which took place in the parking lot of a White Castle restaurant, a few blocks east of Lucas Oil Stadium.
Adams and Jacobs are judges in Clark County, just across the Ohio River from Louisville.
They were in Indianapolis for a judicial conference.
Police say the judges were part of a group of four people which became involved in an argument with another group in the White Castle parking lot around 3 a.m.
As the argument escalated, one member of the second group shot Adams and Jacobs and then ran from the scene.