MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Minneapolis man faces a federal charge after allegedly shooting at a Minnesota National Guard vehicle in north Minneapolis Sunday.

Andrew Thomas, 28, is charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm, according to a criminal complaint.

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The incident occurred Sunday morning at the intersection of Penn and Broadway avenues. A shooter, now alleged to be Thomas, fired multiple shots at a team of Minnesota National Guard members inside of a vehicle.

(credit: Hennepin County)

Two soldiers received minor injuries; one was taken to the hospital after being cut by shattered glass and another was treated at the scene.

The shooter’s vehicle — a two-toned Ford Explorer with tinted windows and a bike rack — was caught on surveillance cameras, according to the complaint.

Just before 10 p.m. Sunday, a Minneapolis police patrol spotted a vehicle matching the surveillance images near Sixth Street and Cedar Avenue in south Minneapolis.

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The officers followed the car, and the complaint alleges the driver made “evasive maneuvers, veering in and out of lanes.”

Police pulled the vehicle over and Thomas and a juvenile got out. The juvenile told police there was a gun in the car.

While searching the vehicle, police found two guns — a semi-automatic 9mm pistol and a .22 caliber revolver, the complaint states. They also found discharged cartridge casings.

Analysis of those casings and the casings from the Sunday morning shooting showed a match, according to the complaint.

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Thomas was convicted of third-degree assault in Hennepin County in 2017. He’s scheduled to appear in court on his federal charge Tuesday morning.