Unknown assailants fired 14 shots at the Seminary of Our Lady of Suyapa in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, on Sunday. Fortunately, there were no one was reported as injured in the drive-by shooting.
According to the local police spokesman, Orlin Cerrato, the police do not have any suspects and have only discovered that the shots were fired from a passing vehicle. Cerrato also confirmed that no one was injured in the attack.
Seminary officials have called for an investigation by the police. The building is equipped with several security cameras that will be reviewed by police for possible clues.
Meanwhile, the seminary is continuing its normal operations.
The Seminary of Our Lady of Suyapa was the site where Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga met with the secretary general of the Organization of American States, Jose Miguel Insulza, about the situation regarding deposed President Manuel Zelaya.
During his visit July 3 visit to Honduras, Insulza called for Zelaya to be reinstated.