Two Gunmen opened fire this evening at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas during an anti-Mohammed Art Exhibit and Contest.
Police said the suspects, allegedly armed with explosives, pulled up in a vehicle in front of the center and began firing at a Garland ISD security guard. Garland Police returned fire and killed both suspects.
The building and surrounding area have been placed on lock-down by a SWAT team, and the bomb squad was called in to secure the area.
— Jocelyn Lockwood (@JocelynNBC5) May 4, 2015
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) May 4, 2015
Groups associated with ISIS are already taking credit for the attack on Twitter.
— jack tinker (@jacktink) May 4, 2015