At least eight people were killed and 13 others wounded in a shooting in Serbian villages near the town of Mladenovac, some 60 km south of Belgrade, local media reported on Friday.
According to RTS, Serbia’s public broadcaster, the shooter, reportedly a 21-year-old man, used an automatic weapon to fire into a crowd from a moving car.
The attacker opened fire in one village, and continued firing in a neighboring village before fleeing.
A heavy police presence was deployed and ambulances rushed to the scene.
Around 600 special forces personnel and a helicopter have been deployed for a thorough search for the suspect, the RTS report said.
This is the second shooting incident in Serbia in two days.
On Wednesday, a shooting occurred at the Vladislav Ribnikar elementary school in Serbia’s Municipality of Vracar, killing nine people and injuring seven others.