WASHINGTON - Investigators are looking for two suspects after a man was shot in the arm on the platform at the Minnesota Avenue Metro station.
Police say the service on the Orange Line is being affected while they're investigating.
Authorities say the man's injury is non-life-threatening, and he is conscious and breathing.
Orange Line trains were temporarily bypassing Minnesota Avenue, with single tracking between Cheverly and Stadium-Armory. Metro Transit police say shuttle service was being provided from Minnesota Ave, Stadium-Armory and Deanwood Avenue, Northeast.
The conditions all returned to normal in time for Tuesday morning's commute.
On Tuesday morning, Metro Transit Police tweeted new images of the alleged suspects.
NEW IMAGES | Police need your help to ID these 2 Persons of Interest in last night's shooting at Minnesota Ave Station. Able to ID? Have info? Call MTPD detectives at 301-955-5000 or send a text to "MyMTPD" (696873). #wmata #dc pic.twitter.com/EXifzZibJ6— Metro Transit Police (@MetroTransitPD) December 12, 2017