Dec. 9 (UPI) -- An unidentified FBI agent was hospitalized after a shooting in Brooklyn, the bureau's office in New York said.
Details were not provided by the FBI in a post on Twitter on Saturday.
"Earlier today, one of our agents was wounded by gunfire in Brooklyn and transported to a local hospital," the FBI tweeted.
The New York Fire Department received a call at 3:22 and responded to a report of "gunshot wounds" in Brooklyn, Michael Parrella, an FDNY spokesman said to CNN.
ABC reported FBI agents were conducting surveillance in a car in the Canarsie section of Brooklyn when people in another car drove by and shot at them. The agent, who was in plainclothes, was shot in the shoulder, according to ABC.
One suspect was apprehended while attempting to get his car repaired and another showed up at Kingsbrook Hospital, the New York Daily News reported.
The agent was taken to Kings County Hospital and another person, believed to be in the car with the agent, was taken to Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center with unknown injuries, the newspaper reported.
"There are no outstanding suspects at this time," Terence Monahan, chief of the department of the New York Police Department tweeted Saturday night. "Expect a large police presence in the area of 92nd Street & Avenue N in #Brooklyn as the investigation continues. Wishing the agent a speedy recovery."