By Steve Neavling
Suspects shot at and struck a Border Patrol vehicle on Friday evening in southern Arizona near Tucson, shattering a window with bullets, KGUN9 TV reports.
The agent was uninjured and did not return fire.
The suspects remain at large.
An agent assigned to a mobile surveillance unit south of Sierra Vista heard the gun shots ring out.
It was unclear why the agent came under fire.
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